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reviewed My Song - a memoir, by Harry Belafont.... April 11, 2012
My Song - a memoir, by Harry Belafonte & Michael Shnayerson
   We learn what we can about social movements from history books and documentaries; all of which are incompletely objective—lacking a self-description of the soul, the art, the music …
reviewed grass. May 12, 2011
      “中国的贪官是 判不完的、、有点:野火烧不尽、春风吹又生、、”    That was a comment left on a Chinese site. Don’t bother Google translating it because the second part of the sentence …
reviewed Social Media and Sustainability. April 11, 2011
Social Media and Sustainability
   (When you read the following, please note I advocate for a learning revolution through digital media in China, not a political one; I want the Chinese people use their digital information …
reviewed Bread of the World. April 04, 2011
bread for the world
         It’s Sunday night. Lauren convinced me to put down my keyboard and attend a Hunger Banquet hosted by IUPUI Global Health Student Interest Group and Breads …
reviewed Sustainability and Emergency Medical .... March 30, 2011
Sustainability and Emergency Medical Information Management
      A doctor and a lawyer walking into a bar one day to shed off some worries from this roller-coaster economy; one says to the other: you know, in this economy, I don’t have …
reviewed Food. March 23, 2011
   A few days ago I promised to share some of my thought about The Economist’s Special Report on The 9 Billion People Question. There is a lot of good information from this report and …
reviewed The China Study: Startling Implicatio.... March 16, 2011
The China Study: Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss and Long-Term Health
I recently picked up a book to read for some background knowledge on food and nutrition. I had felt that after being an expert eater for 32 years, I am still a novice in the art of eating well. I maintain …
reviewed War Veterans. February 23, 2011
   I held off writing this blog because I didn’t know how or what to write. A few days ago one of my facebook contacts posted a remembrance for someone in my old unit killed in action …
reviewed NPR. February 12, 2011
   What it means to be American.   ShareThis      I listen to NPR regularly. It’s one of my most treasured American indulgences. In China, news is dictated by …
reviewed Dali Lama and Green Living. February 08, 2011
Dali Lama and Green Living
   There is no such thing.    My grandpa had once told me about a Tibetan custom: each year, the monks make a beautiful design in the image of the Buddha from flowers that were brought …
reviewed design for six sigma. February 07, 2011
design for six sigma
   There is an old saying in China: money can make even the ghost turn the mill. To my American brain - money makes the world turn.      I’ve had some people ask recently …
reviewed Mark Bittman. February 02, 2011
Mark Bittman
   I stumbled on a recent Civil Eats’ interview with Mark Bittman and I recommend that you read the full interview if you have time. I have also included parts of the interview here.   …
reviewed Local Food. January 31, 2011
Know your farmer, know your food
   Yes I regularly watched the show, only because I thought Alyssa Milano was hot.        Exhibit A:            I was a teenager …
reviewed Food. January 27, 2011
There is a VHS video of my little brother, at age 3, hunched over our old dinner table, intensively focused on chewing off every piece of meat off a soy-roasted pig’s feet. This was the late 90s, …
reviewed Sustainability. January 27, 2011
   June 4, 2084. It’s an ordinarily hot summer day in Beijing – 58 degree Celsius.       art by Kristen, Mediatinker      The streets …
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