Anita Ragunathan
Anita Ragunathan

3 Things You Know About Christopher Columbus That Are Actually Myths

Remember that poem about sailing the ocean blue you learned in grade school? It left a few things out.

Indian Miss America Sparks Backlash Asian Americans Know Too Well

Whether it's WWII, 9/11, or Miss America, Asian-American identities continue to be questioned and their sense of belonging threatened.
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The American Savior Complex in India

A CNN iReport account of sexual harassment faced by a female student on a study abroad trip to India forces both Indians and Americans to consider sexual violence at home.
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Park Geun-hye Becomes South Korea's First Female President: The Boys' Club is Over

The results are in, Park Geun-hye of the Saenuri Party has won South Korea's 2012 presidential election with 51.6% of the vote.
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South Korea's Battle Between Old and New

Korea is a country that has undergone rapid change in the last few decades. But is this change welcomed?