The end of China’s one-child policy

April 27, 2016 Siyi Huo 0

Siyi Huo

In October 2015, China officially announced its end of one-child policy. What’s the impact of its end on Chinese adoptive families in America? Is it the start of a new era? Or not?

Dancers love food, but love dancing more

April 26, 2016 Shahrzad Sajadi 0

Shaz Sajadi
Many ballerinas struggle with eating disorders and extreme dieting trying to fit in with the traditional definition of the ideal ballerina body type, but athletic-built ballerinas are changing the scene and the world of ballet.

China and the US share a unique adoption history

April 26, 2016 Siyi Huo 0

Siyi Huo

China has been the leading country from which Americans adopt children since 2008. But following the global trend of limiting out-of-country adoption, along with other domestic reasons, China’s foreign adoption is in decline.

Dancers struggle managing money

April 26, 2016 Shahrzad Sajadi 0

Shaz Sajadi
Apart from a few major dance companies, dancers are not being paid well. In the case of an injury, they lose their company salary and struggle to make ends meet while recovering.