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The Flare, the Red Death, the Plague — how’s about reading some fictional pandemics during stay-at-home period?

Art illustrated by Accolade graphics editor Erin Lee.

Lauren Choi

May 19, 2020

As Californians are headed toward the 10th week of stay-at-home orders, they may consider reading what past authors have written regarding fictional pandemics. Take for example the dystopian science fiction series turned movie trilogy, The Maze Runner, written by American author James Dashner. ...

Cantonese student creates club in hopes of spreading his cultural background to others

Chee cheong fun, also known as long rice noodle rolls, is a popular Cantonese dish that can be eaten plain or with fillings such as shrimp, barbecue pork, or vegetables. This would be among the Cantonese style food items the Cantonese Club would be talking about besides watching films spoken in Cantonese with English subtitles. Image used with permission from Aiden Wong.

Lauren Choi

November 20, 2019

Though sophomore Aiden Wong got his Cantonese Club approved by the ASB, he’s still working on recruiting members. “I wanted to start the club because I felt like not many people knew about the Cantonese language and culture,” Wong said. According to travel guide China Highlights, Cantonese...

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