THE FEATURED ARTICLES

  • Journeys: The Roads that Lead Us Home

    Journeys: The Roads that Lead Us Home November 2017 - Between origin and destination, a road trip can offer priceless gifts. Join the author on her drive through vast landscapes and into the intimate warmth of homes at journey’s end.

  • Issues: Coffee and Conflict

    Issues: Coffee and Conflict November 2017 - ELEPHANTS IN THE COFFEE WINS ACCLAIM: two Best Documentary awards, among several honors. The film drew wide attention to a man vs. animal conflict in India.

  • Talk Time: Making Films His Way

    Talk Time: Making Films His Way November 2017 - Meet a rising filmmaker and actor who has found the formula for success. His 'Last Lesson' recently won the Best Local Short Drama award in Atlanta.

  • Americana: Goodbye Columbus, Hello Iroquois

    Americana: Goodbye Columbus, Hello Iroquois November 2017 - A proposal for our Thanksgiving tradition: Let's thank Native Americans for the Iroquois Confederacy's role in the development of the U.S. Constitution (1988 House Resolution 331).

  • Festive: Diwali at Times Square

    Festive: Diwali at Times Square October 2017 - Take part in the revelries in New York. Wildly boisterous Bhangra troupes, power-packed Bollywood entertainment, and an Indian mela, ring in Diwali at the ‘crossroads of the world.’

  • Festive: Floored by Floor Art!

    Festive: Floored by Floor Art! October 2017 - A SEASON OF JOY: From humble rice flour patterns outside all kinds of homes to magnificent designs blazing with color and intricate artistry, the ancient art of rangoli flourishes across India.

  • Insights: Meeting the Hate of Neo-Nazis with Compassion and Courage

    Insights: Meeting the Hate of Neo-Nazis with Compassion and Courage October 2017 - HOW TO BRIDGE DIVISIONS: Can we show empathy and have a dialogue with people who are ignorant, fearful, or bigoted? Indeed, we can—and should, argues a crosscultural coach.

  • Film: Gurinder Chadha's Lavish Period Drama "Viceroy’s House" Brings New History on Partition

    Film: Gurinder Chadha's Lavish Period Drama "Viceroy’s House" Brings New History on Partition October 2017 - Gurinder Chadha's lavish period drama on the Partition of India, Viceroy's House, claims that Britain’s wartime prime minister, Churchill, plotted to split up India, and Mountbatten was a pawn.

  • Youth: A Local Teen in the People’s Republic

    Youth: A Local Teen in the People’s Republic October 2017 - To know a language well is to also know its country of origin. Samanyu Kothapeta, who has been learning Mandarin since sixth grade, won a scholarship to study in China. He shares his experiences.

  • Travel: Soak, Sip, and Be Spirited Away: a Sri Lankan Odyssey!

    Travel: Soak, Sip, and Be Spirited Away: a Sri Lankan Odyssey! October 2017 - RENEWAL AFTER RUIN IN SRI LANKA: A sumptuous tour of India’s pearl-shaped neighbor. After enduring a brutal civil war and a devastating tsunami, it is rising to meet 21st century challenges.

 

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