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Celebrating Lunar New Year Apart

Celebrating Lunar New Year Apart

Jodi Wong, Features Editor | February 14, 2021
Gathering together does not have to be limited to a physical presence. A new year’s Zoom call can keep us together.
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Unnecessary stigma is dangerous

Maël Lorach, Staff Reporter | March 18, 2020

The spread of COVID-19 entails much more than a public health emergency; one of the many symptoms of the coronavirus epidemic which we have observed thus far is xenophobia towards Asians and Asian Americans. COVID-19...

Alex Chow Yong-kang, vice president of the Hong Kong University Students’ Union, explains the Hong Kong protesters’ five demands on Nov. 21 at De Anza College

Hong Kong protest tensions high among De Anza students

Kathleen Quinn, Staff Reporter | December 4, 2019

Armed campus police conducted bag checks at an event about the protests in Hong Kong presented by prominent Umbrella Movement member, Alex Chow Yong-kang. Alan Cheng, De Anza College alumnus who grew...

Inside Registration and Student Services Building

De Anza College to offer new courses in the 2020-21 school year

Daniel Arriaga , Staff Reporter | November 20, 2019

Students can enroll in new classes approved by De Anza College starting in the fall 2020 quarter. The Curriculum Committee approved of new courses added to the Asian American, Mandarin, computer information...

“Crazy Rich Asians” redefines racial slurs using symbolism to empower

Yami Sun, Staff Reporter | October 4, 2018

It's no surprise that the Asian-American community is rallying behind the "Crazy Rich Asians" film, an all-Asians cast without martial arts or stereotypical nerds. Unlike race films we’re used to seeing,...

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