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The controversial Atlantic article “My Family’s Slave” by the late journalist Alex Tizon sparked a range of emotion and discussion. Tizon writes about Eudocia Tomas Pulido, a Filipina domestic worker ...

South Asian. Lived in East Asia. International student. Daughter of immigrants. South campus major. Where is the “artist” in these labels? Where is the Disney ...

“Gaginang.” That may not mean much to the average UCLA student. However, Loan Chung, the current Teo-Chew Association (TCA) secretary and incoming internal president, truly ...

“Only through these personal histories, and personal goals, can we determine the narrative of modern Filipino cuisine.” Alexandra Cuerdo is a UCLA alumna and director ...

*** NO SPOILERS IN THIS ARTICLE *** The 2016 Japanese animated film “君の名は” (Kimi No Na Wa) or “Your Name” has topped the renowned Japanese ...

There is a short phrase we find difficult, if not impossible, to say to our parents. “I love you.” They don’t say it. We don’t ...

The 2017 Taiwanese Culture Night (TCN), “歲月靜好,” or its English title “Tangled in Times,” took place  at the UCLA’s Ralph Freud Playhouse last Saturday. A ...

Despite UCLA’s Principles of Community proclaiming that diversity is essential for the university’s excellence, it is hard to ignore the informal separation experienced by international ...

Hui O’Imiloa (Hawai’i Club) at UCLA has been hosting an annual lu’au for the past 31 years, and this year is no exception. By showcasing ...

ni meiyou bing (you’re not sick) I came to UCLA with a dream that I’d be somehow new. That the real me would just appear. Maybe a ...

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