THE STRAITS TIMES, JUNE 13, 2004 Chinese officials are surprised that some foreigners want to stay in the country…Mr Bill Marcus, a 44-year-old New Yorker teaching English in Shanghai’s Fudan University, said: ‘My Chinese language skills are not up to par here yet.’

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 overRead More →

AS many high-school students throughout New York already know, by your 16th birthday you are eligible to obtain a class-six learner’s permit, and consequently a class-six license.

The Sunday Record Troy, NY By Bill Marcus You better love people if you go to China because they are everywhere. A pro-tourism campaign by the Beijing city government asked locals to try not to stare at foreigners but it doesn’t seem to have worked. Many Chinese have never seenRead More →

For Gay People, Out of Sight, Out of Life October 7, 1990 By William L. Marcus After World War II it was no longer acceptable to be anti-Semitic. There is going to be similar upheaval when AIDS is cured. But not right now. Right now lesbian and gay people inRead More →