The Japanese Occupation of Singapore: Examining the Success of the Endau Settlement

By Qiuhong Huang To read the full article, please click here. Introduction

Consuming Identity: Cuisine, Adoption, and Identity in The Kimchi Chronicles

By Piper Spooner To read the full article, please click here. Introduction

Chinese State-Owned Media Coverage of Labor Strikes: A Foxconn Case Study

Authored by Max Abramson A version of this paper was presented at the 2019 REALC Undergraduate Students Research Symposium and is...

Loyalty versus Location: the North Korean Nationalism of Japan’s Zainichi Minority

Authored by Mary Bohn To read the full article, please click here. Introduction...

Ethnic Entrepreneurs and Refugee Mothers: Vietnamese Women of Little Saigon

Nguyen analyzes motherhood and labor practices in a well-known Vietnamese enclave forged from a series of distinct migration waves beginning in the 1970s. Within Little Saigon, thousands of Vietnamese women made great sacrifices, forgoing their personal education, career, and time to raise their children and to uphold centuries-old Vietnamese ideals of motherhood.

The Down to the Countryside Movement: Source Selection and Chinese Rustication

Authored by Isaiah Sirois To read the full article, please click here. Introduction...

Heavenly Horses of Bactria: The Creation of the Silk Road

Tao argues that the Silk Road stemmed primarily from the combined result of a Han Chinese military gambit to obtain Central Asian horses, and a Bactrian strategy to align commercial interests with political expediency during a period of dynastic decline. Evidence of those motivations can be sourced to both ancient literary texts and sculptural, osteological, and genetic research on Chinese horses.

Chinese Nuclear Policy: A Commitment to No First Use?

Authored by Ian Dill To read the full article, please click here. Introduction...

Confucian-Christian Interplay: Death Rites of Modern-Day South Korean Christians

Authored by Mary Yang To read the full article, please click here. Introduction...

A Transcription with Commentary: Manuel de Agote 1795 Noticias Mercantiles

Castaneda shares her original research on Manuel de Agote's diaries. As a representative of the Spanish trading empire, De Agote’s diaries provide insight into Spain’s relationship with Chinese merchants and offer his perspectives on other major traders in Canton, such as the British East India Company.