One man discovers the mysteries of his soul can be drawn out through the food of his ancestors.
Plagued by bad luck or circumstances, Leland Cheuk’s The Misadventures of Sulliver Pong, is tiered historical satire. As a father and son battle for power, Cheuk exposes truths Chinese-American immigrants faced in a transitory culture.
My boy wiped snot on his jacket and smirked as if to say, “Your loss.”
Post-vasectomy haze, I floated, heard myself say: “Do you like Tom Waits? Answer ‘No’ and you’ll go to hell where five strangers will cut your genitals.”
Schools reflect and influence culture at the same time.
Gint Aras has always been a football fan. But he can no longer associate himself with that culture.
Is anything inappropriate to wear to class anymore?
A proposition leaves a young man feeling conflicted, regretful.
On the death of a great artist.
A run in with a former student who believes schools fail youth.
Feel smug about your level of skill, but don’t consider your smugness a sign of your education.
Just what sort of company does misery love, anyway?