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Hsiao Wei "Wendy" Peng, editor

   

Seeking answers: Bowling for Columbine

In early October, Micheal Moore released his latest documentary, Bowling for Columbine. In it Moore, America’s most controversial documentarian, examines Americas attitudes towards guns in attempt to determine if this attitude causes Americans penchant for violence.

   

Chinese New Year, an island tradition

Chinese New Year in Hawai’i is filled with excitement and energy, for this is when two/ thirds of the island’s people who are not European celebrate this island tradition

   

The Two Towers a homage to mythical heroism...

The Two Towers both delivers and disappoints, at times offering too much, at times not enough, occasionally confusing but overall immensely enjoyable.
   

Shinese food and festivals

Traditional Chinese festivals continue to be celebrated today just as they have been for hundreds of years.

   

Food in Chinese culture

There is an enormous variety of Chinese food that differs greatly from region to region.

   
   

Star Trek: Nemesis delights, disappoints

Star Trek is back on the big screen again with the Next Generation Enterprise crew sent to the planet Romulus where Praetor Shinzon (Tom Hardy) talks peace to disguise aggression.

 

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