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Women’s History Month: Meet China’s Pirate Queen

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Women’s History Month: Meet China’s Pirate Queen

  Thanks to the Pirates of the Caribbean and Captain Jack Sparrow, new generations have turned to learning about pirate lore. Beyond Blackbeard (Edward Teach, 1680-1718), Black Bart (Bartholomew Roberts, 1682-1722), and Ned Lowe (1690-1724), did you know that some

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Black History Month: Notable Biracial Celebrities

February is Black History Month, and it provides a chance to learn about and embrace black heritage and the various contributions made by black individuals throughout history. Of course, this includes Asians who are black. With many Asian countries being Read More

History! Alysa Liu Becomes Youngest U.S Figure Skating National Champion

From January 18 to January 27, 2019, the 2019 U.S. Figure Skating Championships were held in Detroit, Michigan. From January 24-27, the senior competition was held with dazzling results and surprises. One of those surprises was 13-year-old Alysa Liu’s surprise

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History of the Alhambra in Spain

As it has been announced that a new Kdrama with Hyun-Bin and potentially Park Shin Hye, in the lead female role, will begin filming sometime in the second half of 2018 in Granada, Spain, we thought it would be nice

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Korean-Cuban History

The Korean-Cuban history is still nowadays, a subject which is not widely spread, although these two nations share in common, an important past. It all starts in 1905, when 1,033 Koreans left their home to Mexico to search for a

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