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Terence Yung

Citizen based in Austin, TX, United States, United States. Joined on May 11, 2011



On a train to Causeway Bay, modernity clashes with the extant Special

Hong Kong - A tropical cyclone warning gives a bustling Hong Kong an ominous ambiance. It means the ever-present glow of the noonday sun is interrupted by grey, ashen clouds, rain on one end of the sidewalk, the sun on the other and Hong Kong’s signature humidity.

Houstonians talk immigration and the immigrant experience Special

Houston - Students, professors and professionals alike all gained something at the University of Houston’s Symposium on Immigration and the Immigrant Experience: Houston and Beyond.

Spotlight on Carmen Boullosa, poet and novelist Special

Houston - Mexican novelist and poet Carmen Boullosa has been internationally acclaimed. Her works have received praise not only from reviewers but also from leading Latin American writers of our time, including Alma Guillermoprieto and Carlos Fuentes.

Author Akash Kapur talks of ‘India Becoming’ Special

Houston - It was one of those idyllic mornings where the normally effervescent fountains belied their calm. One could not help but notice their doubling of Akash Kapur—his Zen as he greeted the crowd of anxious students at the University of Houston on Wednesday.

Bipartisan bill proposed to improve higher education access Special

Washington - With so much hype over the partisanship on Capitol Hill, it is easy to forget that there are efforts by lawmakers on both sides of the aisle to help make life better for Americans.

Abraham Verghese gives lecture in Houston

Houston - As senior associate chair of Stanford University’s medicine program, Abraham Verghese, is no stranger to the operation room. And he's one of those people who gets to have his cake and eat it as well.

English majors show their stuff at 2011 Instant CLASSic Special

Houston - There’s so much going on this year at the University of Houston's 2011 Instant Classic that we’ve decided to highlight the good works of the wonderful English Department.

Novelist Abraham Verghese to lecture in Houston

Houston - Aspiring novelists and doctors—mark your calendars. The University of Houston's Department of Comparative Cultural Studies has extended an invitation to Abraham Verghese, a novelist and medicine professor to give a lecture and book signing.

Review: ‘BACH & Friends’ shows virtues of collaboration

It’s amazing to see musicians from all backgrounds—professional and emerging talent, pianists, violinists, clarinetists, singers, vocal groups, jazz musicians—perform and discuss their craft in an easy-going collegial setting.

Houston Cecilia Chamber Choir remembers 9/11 Special

Houston - This weekend, Houston audiences had the chance to hear Gabriel Fauré’s beautiful ‘Requiem in D minor’ at the St. Philip Presbyterian Church.

Hong Kong rallies for democracy Special

Hong Kong - For the Hong Kong people, July 1 is a day of great significance. Fourteen years ago this day, Hong Kongers marked the end of over a century of British colonization with the turnover to Chinese rule.

Boldface Writing Conference kicks off in Houston Special

Houston - Poets, fiction and non-fiction writers all had the opportunity to be bold and face their inner-writer this week for the kick-start the 2011 Boldface Conference for emerging writers in Houston.

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