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From America to China: The Rights of Women

Bowen Yang ’16 ¬†Women in Leadership In early February, a UN report stated the promising progress the world has made in the past twenty years since the United Nations Summit Meeting in Cairo: women have gained greater control over their health and destiny, they have more access to education, and they are less likely to […]

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The Party Photo that Made the Front Page of The New York Times

Yaou Liu ’14 On April 17, 2012, a long report that accompanied a party photo appeared on the front page of the New York Times. The young college student in the photo was Bo Guagua, the second son of Bo Xilai, one of the most influential Chinese politicians, and the only child of lawyer and […]

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