The Oriental Morning Post Shanghai, China July 30, 2004 Crossing the Educational Divide By Bill Marcus As most experts increasingly believe that language and culture and connected, educators and language students are beginning to question the value of segregated language education in a society that is becoming increasingly desegregated, changing the educational landscape as well. They might be North American, Asia, Arab, or African university students, but they have all […]

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The Oriental Morning Post Shanghai, China A friend’s mother from Holland and a local woman in Laos embrace. By Bill Marcus The Vietnam-era White House never fully debated the policy credited with the Vietnam War, or the bombing of Vietnam’s neighbor Laos. Between 1964 and 1973, American flyers dropped over four billion pounds of bombs on neutral Laos. The Laos should hate Americans like me, I thought, much like many […]

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