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by Andrew Lam (@andrewqlam) in San Francisco My mother is 82 and suffering from dementia, but the moment she heard that I was going to…View More A Journey to Self-Liberation: from Vietnam to North America
by Andrew Lam (@andrewqlam) in San Francisco CNN recently reported that college applications from Chinese foreign students to the US sounded exactly the same. In fact, one…View More In Asia, Cheating to the Test