The Kansas City Star Commentary
S. Korea holds so muh memories for Korean War Veterans
During the Korean War, long segregation in the U.S. military ended.
...their beloved country in whose honor they defended my helpless homeland in the Far East six decades ago has become my own beloved motherland.
Kim Jong-il inherited the Hermit Kingdom as it is today from his powerful father, Kim Il-Sung, who, with the help of Russians, established the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea in 1948 and ruled it until his death 1994.
The Rabbit has been busy to bring peace to humans Year 2011
Our "Benefit Concerts for Blue Hills Neighborhood: in Honor of Black Korean War Veterans in Black History month" were broadcasted in the Pacific through Voice of America channel in Washington D.C.
During the trip to Korea together, our mother-daughter roles were reversed. My daughter seemed to think that I needed her care, not the other way around.
The Kansas City Philharmonic enriched the lives of many during its 49 years.
Martin Luther King Jr.'s Messages on Violence
Two local students made Kansas City proud by winning two of five top prizes at the 2011 National History Day Competition in June, Washington, D.C.
A Korean Grandma and her American Grandkids
Sometimes water demands a high price
Average people made the world we live in today.
Albert Schweitzer said, “You must give some time to your fellow man. Even if it’s a little thing…for which you get no pay but the privilege of doing it.”
Pilgrims are everywhere here on the square of the Basilica of Our Lady, some are walking on their knees and some are kneeling at the glass-walled Chapel of Apparition where the Blessed Virgin appeared to three shepherd children in 1917.
Confucius hometown Qufu has been one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites since 1994
Behind a tough cookie, there's a culture that nourished her soul
Not biting is a sign of appreciation
After Tucsan shooting rampage
Without a healthy brain, one cannot live a healthy life
This holiday season, remember what love really is
Gen. Douglas MacArthur said, "In War, there is no substitute for victory."
Gratitude is not only the greatest of all virtues but the parent of all others.
Our home became a church when homeless priests and nuns moved in with us.
Victor Hugo's view of his old age
Forgetfulness comes with aging
Learning is for all ages.
Mixture of feelings about seeing Amercans' departure from my country Korea
Foreigner's view of today's China
Emperor Qin and Terracotta Soldiers
Trauma of wearing hearing aids for the first time
The "Wake up call" isn't only for Chinese parents but for all American parents.
Coca-cola was introduced to our family during the Korean War
The Korean War isn't "Forgotten"
Stroke is the third leading cause of death in the U.S.
I once had compassion for all caged birds. But since I became a bird-owner, my opinion about them has changed.
Completing one’s sixth Chinese zodiac cycle isn’t a small feat.
The Best Times
He liberated music from a cloistered form set by earlier composers...
The racial discrimination the white American inflicted upon their black neighbors.
Traditional Chinese medical doctors have been using bird-nests for centuries to treat respiratory ailments such as asthma and bronchitis, to rejuvenate skin, and to boost energy for both young and old.
It takes courage to deal with the human condition called "aging."
Inchon Landing was one of the most successful operations in modern military history.
Korean War Prisoner-of War Story