Receive all our content on one central feed, bookmark posts for later and customize notifications to get the stories you care about. Founded inThe Sun is the oldest continuously independent college daily in the United States. The Sun is staffed entirely by Cornell students, aside from a few full-time production and business positions, and operates out of an office building in downtown Ithaca.
East Asia is the eastern subregion of Asiadefined in both geographical  and ethno-cultural  terms. The region was the cradle of various ancient civilizations such as ancient Chinaancient Japanancient Koreaand the Mongol Empire. For thousands of years, China largely influenced East Asia as it was principally the leading civilization in the regionexerting its enormous prestige and influence on its neighbors.
The Hong Kong Jockey Club cancels a weekly race meet amid concern that the venue could be targeted by anti-extradition protesters. Beijing's claims of authority over a future Dalai Lama are part of a 'long-term strategy' to tighten its control over Tibet, one rights group says. Truong Duy Nhat had improperly used his influence with authorities in Da Nang to acquire property at less than its true value, the indictment says.
Ching chong and ching chang chong are pejorative terms sometimes employed by speakers of English to mock or play on the Chinese languagepeople of Chinese ancestryor other East Asians or Southeast Asians perceived to be Chinese. Several public commentators have characterized the term as derogatory, noting that assaults or physical intimidation of East Asians are often accompanied by racial slurs or imitation Chinese. The term "ching chong" is based on how Chinese supposedly sounds to English speakers who do not speak it. While usually intended for ethnic Chinese, the slur has also been directed at other East Asians.
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An independent journalist who writes for Quillette and the Wall Street JournalNgo first made headlines for being fired from the Portland State University student newspaper, the Vanguardfor tweeting a video clip of a interfaith panel of students from his personal Twitter account. In the video, a Muslim student says that in some Muslim countries, the punishment for apostasy is death or banishment this was said as a statement of fact, not an endorsement. Earlier this year, he also wrote a piece for the Wall Street Journal that was widely decried as Islamophobic after he erroneously attributed "alcohol-free zones" in London's heavily-Muslim neighborhoods to Islam's prohibition on drinking.
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