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What is the Silliest Question an American has asked you?
International Events

What is the Silliest Question an American has asked you?

By Nana Adwoa Antwi-Boasiako Georgetown University International Student Association held the biggest International campus event over the weekend.  Global Expo weekend, it brought different people representing different countries to display their culture through food and music. Every International Student has an experience that other students don’t get to have; having to explain where they come from … Continue reading

Finding Authentic Korean restaurant in Adams Morgan
International Food

Finding Authentic Korean restaurant in Adams Morgan

All photograph and Written by Jeonghyun Kim Foreign nationals in the Washington D.C. area often try to satisfy their craving for authentic food from their homeland. But while there are many restaurants providing different countries’ authentic menus, the food is often Americanized. As an area showcasing the cultures of many countries, Washington D.C has a … Continue reading

Korean poet recites a heart-warming Korean poem in Washington D.C.
International Arts / International Events

Korean poet recites a heart-warming Korean poem in Washington D.C.

(Korean poet Ho-seung Chung read and discussed his poem for K-Literature in Washington D.C on Friday, March 20, 2015. Photograph by Jeonghyun Kim) Written by Jeonghyun Kim Literature is hard to understand for people who are not familiar with the country’s culture, especially if readers/listeners don’t have the cultural and historical background. But, here is … Continue reading