In an excerpt from her forthcoming book, the poet-reporter bears witness to resilience on Japan’s tsunami-ravaged Tohoku coast.
Will China-Japan-U.S. tensions in the Pacific ignite a conflict and sink the global economy?
I have written this poem on the theme “To the post-3.11 world, as I see it,” but this is just the prelude.
At the Joan B Mirviss Gallery’s The French Connection, Japanese women ceramists breathe new life and a welcome strangeness into a traditional artform.
A day in the life of an empty city.
|When Wuer Kaixi was twenty-one years old, he became known the world over as the student who scolded Premier Li Peng while wearing a hospital gown in Tiananmen Square. Here, he speaks about the Chinese government’s treatment of Liu Xiaobo’s Nobel Peace Prize and the mode of appeasement that has dictated the international community’s relationship with China since Tiananmen.|