Americans living abroad have a strange relationship with the 2016 election, a simultaneous distance from events and obligation to look out for global interests.
See a dog run down by a vehicle is heartbreaking for an animal lover, but for me, it was also a wakeup call to the realities of a world where this was just another day.
US citizens living overseas have the right to vote this November, and they also have an obligation to vote, because what happens in the US affects their nation of citizenship and the place they’re calling home, even if temporarily.
As a Chinese-American, I was never American enough. As a resident in Hong Kong, I’m the living embodiment of the expat ideal.
As the demographics of Kowloon shift, are the region’s original inhabitants being squeezed out?
While Stephen Chow’s The Mermaid dominates the international scene, the film’s US distributor is completely ignoring it. Why? The mystery of the film that America forgot.