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Desert Dancer

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Movies | At first, Desert Dancer can feel like a camel ride that sends you jolting and bruising over every uneven storyline. Based on the true story of…

An invitation to my fellow PKs

By Sophia Lee
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Religion | When I was growing up in Singapore, I had only one fellow Korean friend who was also a pastor’s daughter like me. My father had founded a Mandarin-speaking…

Acts on screen

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Television | NBC miniseries brings the New Testament book to TV

A ‘grossly un-German’ act

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Disaster | The American wife of a German Lufthansa pilot shares her perspective on the effect the Germanwings crash has had on the country

Do thin models cause anorexia?

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Health | The bizarre, unsolved case of eating disorders

Do You Believe?

By Sophia Lee
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Movies | Do You Believe? has been promoted as the Christian version of Oscar-winning 2004 film Crash . Like Crash, Do You Believe? is an ensemble drama that interweaves…

Saul’s story

By Sophia Lee
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Television | Breaking Bad fans will like its touted spinoff

Let’s talk about race

By Sophia Lee, Angela Lu & Daniel James Devine
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Race Issues | A discussion among three young WORLD reporters on racial diversity, stereotypes, and reconciliation

Rocking the boat

By Sophia Lee
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Television | Will new comedy be a game-changer for Asian-Americans?

Can Koreans learn to live together if North, South reunite?

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South Korea | “Success” is a relative term for North Korean refugees building a new life in South Korea. Defector Yoo Kwan-hee found “success” in economic stability…

The Dickensian tale of a North Korean orphan

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South Korea | Once a lonely teenaged troublemaker, Hyeon Cheon-yong found security and love in his new South Korean family

Race to the top

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Movies | McFarland, USA takes a familiar formula and makes it shine

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