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A one-of-a-kind Korean arts performance event demonstrates how traditional and progressive dances can plant seeds for a culture’s future.
In 1985, Jiyeon Cheh, a dancer trained in Korea and living in America as a pastor’s wife, started teaching Korean dance classes at her husband’s prodding because, as Sinae Cheh explains, “at the time...
In Paisley Rekdal’s book 'The Broken Country: On Trauma, A Crime, and the Continuing Legacy of Vietnam,' the broken country referred to is presumably Vietnam, the country the United States fought for many years. The war’s origins started in 1955 when the French were driven out, and ended in 1975 with America’s withdrawal. But this book’s story makes it clear that in many ways, America is also a somewhat broken country due to that war.