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2000 Stories by Andrew Hsiao

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  • Standing Up to the Swoosh

    published October 3, 2000

    Jim Keady admits that the moment came when even he had to wonder. It was a bit more than a month ago, and he was lying on a reedy mat on the... More >>

  • Color Blind

    published July 18, 2000

    Last weekend, Jia Ching chen found himself in the bucolic Santa Monica hills, dispensing advice to a roomful of young activists about occupying a... More >>

  • Yo’ Mama:

    published May 16, 2000

    They were a few shy of a million, but, aided by drums and Chinese cymbals, some 50 moms and their supporters raised quite a ruckus in front of the... More >>

  • Stiffed!

    published April 11, 2000

    What is it with Democrats and waiters? Less than 60 days after Hillary Clinton sparked tabloid headlines and tonight show guffaws by exiting an... More >>

  • Out of the Shadows

    published March 28, 2000

    Asian America—at once a rickety racial box and a semiutopian, panethnic political project—is barely 30 years old, but already it is... More >>

  • The Party’s Over

    published March 7, 2000

    One day when Da Chen was about six, he stood outside his house in the small southern Chinese village of Yellow Stone to watch a parade. Suddenly,... More >>

  • Token Efforts?

    published February 15, 2000

    Does the NBA practice affirmative action—for white players? Well, sports fans, even as quotas and preferential treatment come under... More >>

  • Crashing the Party

    published January 18, 2000

    Downtown Flushing was awash in sunlight last Thursday, but the temperature was freefalling, and the narrow pedestrian alley where Yangsun Park... More >>

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