E.C. Myers' debut novel Fair Coin is an instructive example of this attempt to bridge -- or perhaps simply to transcend -- the gap between ethnic YA and speculative YA.
Gerritsen's long experience in the crime genre comes through in a tightly paced, well-plotted story.
Yes, she's Viet Am. Yes, she's ten. Yes, her Tiger Mom probably beats her to keep her practicing. What, you thot this kind of skill came at no price?
According to a recent article in the New York Times, the Hindu American Foundation has begun a campaign to get the Hindu roots of yoga recognized in the US.
The small but increasingly influential group behind [the "Take Back Yoga" campaign], the Hindu American Foundation, suggests only that people become more aware of yoga’s debt to the faith’s ancient traditions.
What happened in the world while you were making a glutton of yourself and screaming at your relatives?
Yes, you were right the first time. That is Hyphen founding editor Melissa Hung (left) with the FLOTUS.
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