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.
After a day of drinking in Facebook posts and memes, I resisted engaging in trash talk. Doesn’t that count for something?
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.”
We fear education because it transforms our identities.
Teaching is still considered to require or reward qualities we consider inherently feminine.
Some young people of the underclasses are so courageous that they don’t even know it.
A student explains why he can’t take the midterm tonight.
We learn a lot about how we feel for a wife and children when we have to spend a chunk of time away.
A reason to celebrate.
Fourteen dads make a wish list for Father’s Day that ranges from the fantastic to the absurd. Sadly, no one wants a necktie.
This is only a dream, only an awesome dream.
Why do some married women find it acceptable to poke fun at their husbands in public?
In an all-American tale, Gint Aras takes a gritty look at change, love, life, and who and what we are.