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David Volodzko
David Volodzko took his MA at the State University of New York where his research included human behavior, racism, cross-cultural communication, immigration, and socio-technological problems. He is a former university lecturer and has been published in Atlantic Sentinel, 10 Magazine, East by Southeast, Groove Magazine, Korea Exposé, openDemocracy, The Local and The Washington Monthly. He is also the author of the blog Rational Consent.
China's Best Magazine Soldiers On
January 23, 2015
China's Best Magazine Soldiers On
Despite operating in an atmosphere of censorship, Caijing doesn't shy away from government critiques.
China's Best Magazine Soldiers On
Chinese Media Enters <i>Charlie Hebdo</i> Debate
January 17, 2015
Chinese Media Enters Charlie Hebdo Debate
Xinhua News weighs in on the question of free speech and satire.
Chinese Media Enters Charlie Hebdo Debate
Chinese Medicine and the Inner Dialogue
January 12, 2015
Chinese Medicine and the Inner Dialogue
The debate about the efficacy of Chinese medicine betrays confusion about the nature of the practice itself.
Chinese Medicine and the Inner Dialogue
From ‘Ugly American’ to ‘Ugly Chinese’?
January 01, 2015
From ‘Ugly American’ to ‘Ugly Chinese’?
Shocking stories about the behavior of Chinese travelers should be placed in context.
From ‘Ugly American’ to ‘Ugly Chinese’?
Hong Kong’s Protesters: A House Divided
October 10, 2014
Hong Kong’s Protesters: A House Divided
Student groups may have derailed Occupy Central, but Friday’s government talks could be a reset.
Hong Kong’s Protesters: A House Divided
Self-Perceptions Strain Hong Kong-Mainland Relations
September 14, 2014
Self-Perceptions Strain Hong Kong-Mainland Relations
Differences in culture and social perceptions are informing the current political tensions.
Self-Perceptions Strain Hong Kong-Mainland Relations
Korea’s Plagiarism Problem
August 31, 2014
Korea’s Plagiarism Problem
Plagiarism, fake credentials, and dry labbing occur everywhere, but seem to be particularly prevalent in South Korea.
Korea’s Plagiarism Problem
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