VOL III No. 10                 October 2007
Editor's Corner/
Over a  cup of tea

Growing older -- make use of it!
by Paul Kusuda

A look at India after the British rule,
by John S. Pinto

Sarith Ou: Leading the Khmer in Wisconsin,
by Heidi M. Pascual

Stop! Don't throw away that old Life Insurance Policy,
by Sherman On

At the Peace Corps: Working for peace, finding love (Part 1 of 2),
by Heidi M. Pascual

UW-Richland and Youth for Understanding,
by Jonathan Gramling

Arangetram of Anusha Ramaswami,
by Heidi M. Pascual

Action heroes,
by Shang Zuo

Anuradha Palaparti: The science of leadership,
by Heidi M. Pascual

YWCA Racial Justice Summit: Phoebe Eng is keynote speaker,
From YWCA-Madison

A Sikh Wedding in Middleton,
by Heidi M. Pascual

Ashu Shetty: The art of "facial threading,"
by Laura Salinger

Statement of Hmong women against domestic violence,
by Kabzuag Vaj

The Capital City Hues/Reflections,
by Jonathan Gramling


India Day 2007
On the cover:
Katy Sai enters an uncharted path
by Laura Salinger
      Katy Sai became widely recognized and respected in her 17 years on the air at WISC-TV (Channel 3), where she was most recently teh co-anchor of "Live at Five." She recently left television news to explore a different way of relaying human-interest stories: over the Internet. Storybridge.tv -- currently up-and-running in its development phase -- not only features in-depth "mini-documentaries" but will also eventually act as a "community MySpace" that works to facilitate community interaction and feedback. (
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(Photo credit: Jay Olsen)