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Author Archives: William
Papa John’s “Lady Chinky Eyes” Incident: What Does “Chink” Even Mean?
Minhee Cho made headlines after ordering pizza from Papa John’s and had her name misspelled as “Lady Chinky Eyes”. While I’m sure American Law gives the benefit of the doubt to the employee to defend herself as a mentally challenged … Continue reading
Posted in Current Events, Discrimination, History, New York 10 Comments
Islam and Asians: Double Trouble?
If we were to chart the level of public knowledge and awareness about Terrorism, Osama Bin Laden, Al Qaeda and Al Shabab, the days following September 11 would show a massive spike that has continued. It is hard to imagine … Continue reading
Posted in Discrimination, Lifestyles, Religion 6 Comments
New York’s New Road Safety Guide In Haiku Form
I’m as knowledgeable about writing Haiku poetry as Silvio Berlusconi is about being discreet, but this isn’t such a bad idea. Signs in New York City have appeared which are designed to try and lift awareness of road safety in a … Continue reading
Posted in Local, New York 2 Comments
The Breakthrough of Haruki Murakami
Who wrote a book that sold at over a million copies in one month, with hard copies gone before the end of the first day and averaging online at more than 1 a minute? You might be forgiven for thinking … Continue reading
Posted in Books, Entertainment 3 Comments
“Can You Speak English?”
I have an Australian accent. Having lived in Australia for over 20 years, I’ve surprised people when I meet then face-to-face after talking to them over the phone and we usually have the following exchange:
Posted in Discrimination, Lifestyles, Observations 21 Comments