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  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    The time I knew my uncle best was the time I knew the least about him. Up until the time I was six years old, my Uncle Chao was like the big brother I never had. It never occurred to me as unideal that Uncle Chao, twenty-something years old, would spend his days at home playing computer games, sleep...
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    Back in Third Grade, I was a part of a book club consisting of five members. We'd meet every Wednesday after school at Avery's house, drink Orangina, and listen to Avery's mother read her out-of-print books. To be honest, I never really paid attention to the stories read to us. In fact, what I looke...
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    When we first moved to the U.S. in 2002, we lived a tiny apartment in lower Manhattan. From morning to night, I’d hear sirens, cars honking, and the wee-wooing of ambulance trucks. In 2007, we moved to Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. There were fewer cars, but the construction of condominiums across the st...
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    I believe in birthdays. I like the paper crown on my grandpa's head, the embarrassed look on my grandma's face as we sing for her, and my brother's frosting-covered nose as he noms on cake. I like the mysterious silence right before the birthday candles are blown out, the sacred moment of wish-maki...
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    Forever will you be traumatized, as the ominous images of a gruesome midnight slaughter seep into every little wrinkle of your brain; the agonizing voice of a talking raven enters through your ears and clenches onto your heart. Oh, don’t feel lonesome…Edgar Allan Poe had once felt this way befor...
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    In the novel Their Eyes Were Watching God, Zora Neale Hurston uses irony to illustrate that women are much more probable to reach their dreams in love than men. Hurston begins her novel by using the metaphor of ships for love: “Ships at a distance have every man’s wish on board. For some they co...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    I was a timid, 3-feet-11- tall girl, sitting on the front seat of a motorcycle all alone, parked against an alley in front of a rugged underground supermarket. Those were the years before my mom and I had moved to New York--and trust me, underground markets in China are nothing like the fluorescent ...
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