A New way of Thinking Kungfu Panda : Orientalism


It is quite amazing when you think of how technology has changed everything. Even though I’ve never met Jia Li in real life, during the few hours that we spent over Skype has been fun and interesting. When I first had a conversation with her it was a mixed feeling. While I like to talk […]

Memoirs of Geisha: Orientalism and the Limited Transformation of Chiyo


Memoirs of a Geisha Introduction Memoirs of a Geisha is a Hollywood film that was produced in 2005 based on a novel written by Arthur Golden. The film follow the main character, Chiyo, as she is sold to an okiya, separated from her sister, and through a strike of good fortune, transformed into the artful […]

John Junghyun Lee


John Lee is a senior at the College of William and Mary majoring in International Relations. He was born in Seoul, Korea and raised in East Lansing, Michigan. As a Korean he has always been interested in not only Korean History and Politics but also the cultures of fellow neighboring nations. He has been to both […]