Opinion

October 11, 2016

No Nation

By: Cecile Wolfe “What are you?” This is a common question in the United States. Usually people ask this question when trying to find out the national origins of a person. Living in an immigrant country means it’s a valid assumption to think most people you meet are a part of a family that moved… read more


September 9, 2016

My Face Is An Ethnic Enigma

I have the kind of face and hair that in many people invokes the thought, “What the heck is she?” I have been approached by various kinds of people asking me questions in their native language, only to witness their faces fall as I frantically wave my hands in front of me and say, “Oh… read more