A Chinese Resistance to Medical Adversity: Film Review of H6 by Ye Ye

Zhang Hanlin, a 3A currently completing his dual degree at Columbia University, writes about a thought-provoking Chinese documentary film he saw at the 74th Cannes Film Festival last year.

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Treacherous Waters: Growing up in Mainland China as a Taiwanese

Celine Chang, a Taiwanese who has spent the majority of her life in Mainland China, reflects on her experience juxtaposing her identities while living in “treacherous waters”.

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Word Worms: Why do we sometimes add an extra ‘r’ when pronouncing Mandarin Chinese | 较真儿认字儿说事儿

Li Tanfei draws on her own experience and writes about the origin and history of the phenomonon of r-coloring in Madarin Chinese.

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