By Jason Cruz Northwest Asian Weekly Welcome to another edition of The Layup Drill. Even though it’s the summer, we have a lot of hoops news. Your new favorite team for Asian Americans and Indian Americans? The Dallas Mavericks. The Mark Cuban-owned franchise drafted 7-foot-2 Satnam Singh as the 52nd player chosen overall during June’s […]
After kids, Central Asian woman still dreams of a complete education
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Malaysia racial ties fragile 40 years after riots
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — The last time Hung Poh Lee walked unassisted was 40 years ago, before a bullet fired in the heat of Malaysia’s worst race riots and sliced through her spine and shattered her future.