Blog Away!

Blog Away!

Dear gucuse, It’s been a while since our blog has been active, but with a new board (Carla Nappi, President; Max Oidtmann, Secretary; Devin Fitzgerald, (still) Website editor; and Matthew Mosca and Benjamin Levey, (still) Editors of Saksaha), we’re excited to head in new directions. If you’re interested in posting to the blog, please send an email with your proposal to devinfitz AT gmail. Now, you’re probably wondering, what sort of things are good for the blog? Well, with the success of Saksaha, we’d like to...

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The Injustice of the Silk Thread

The Injustice of the Silk Thread

  The Injustice of the Silk Thread[1] Translation by David Porter, Ph.D. Candidate, Harvard University and Devin Fitzgerald Ph.D. Candidate, Harvard University In an inner province of China, a man surnamed Chou and his wife had two sons. After their older son was married, they decided on a betrothal for the younger son with the daughter of a man named Zhou. Soon after, the parents of the girl passed away, and because the girl had no close relatives nearby to take care of her, the Chou family took her in as an adopted...

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