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Column: Common Misconceptions

Henry Wang, Chinese Marshall Student
March 13
Filed under COLUMN, Common Misconceptions, OPINION

In my personal opinion, I don’t think many Americans are interested in Chinese culture, except for those who study Chinese culture or are very interested in Chinese history. So, it’s not surprising that there are a lot of misconceptions about Chinese culture for them. I am going to talk about my...

Column: Common Misconceptions

Sharique Khalid, Pakistani Marshall Student
March 6
Filed under COLUMN, Common Misconceptions, OPINION

Pakistan was established Aug. 14, 1947 on the principles of unity, faith and discipline. There is a huge misconception about my country; Pakistan is not a terrorist nation. In fact, Pakistan is totally against terrorism and has been in a war against terrorism ever since it started, working in total comp...

Column: Common Misconceptions

Takuya Endo, Japanese Marshall Student
February 27
Filed under COLUMN, Common Misconceptions, OPINION

In Osaka, which is the biggest city in Japan, my life began, and today, my life is in West Virginia. My major is sports management and my dream is to work in the sports industry in the United States. Since I came here, I have been asked about Japan by many people, and found out that many Americans sha...

Column: Common Misconceptions

Ngo Vu Uyen Khue, Vietnamese Marshall Student
February 20
Filed under COLUMN, Common Misconceptions, OPINION

My home country is Vietnam, which is a Southeast Asian country. Our mother tongue is Vietnamese, but we have to study English when we are young so most Vietnamese can speak English. Vietnamese are very friendly and open-minded, which makes foreign tourists find it enjoyable to travel here. However, in c...