- From Mountains of Taishan to Faces of Amsterdam – Interview with Photographer
- “I was born and raised in a village in China's Guangdong province,” Jimmy, whose Chinese name is Huang Jianmin (黄健敏), begins: “Taishan is my hometown, Taishanese [台山话] is my native language. We lived in a rural area on the outskirts, which was ...
- Super Bowl and Chinese New Year to square off Feb. 7 for planet's attention
- He is sitting in Chinatown's Portsmouth Square, where elderly men -- speaking Cantonese and Taishanese -- play Chinese chess for money. "As soon as you get an education, you ask yourself, 'What is that culture about?
- If China's Goliath Threatens Asia, Then Arm David
- There is a Goliath menacing the western Pacific. China's construction of three huge artificial islands with obvious military capacity in the South China Sea has already destabilized the security equilibrium in the region.
- Avoiding War With China: Revisited
- I want to thank Harry Kazianis for taking the time to rebut my recent article in which I argued that, in order to avoid a clash with a rising China the United States should abandon its strategy of primacy in the Asia Pacific.
- Family, Friends Remember Slain NYC Cops at Plaque Reveal Ceremony
- Liu, a garment factory worker, spoke in his native dialect of Taishanese, and he sobbed throughout.
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