From the Airport to Amen

By Josh Driver - HCC Program Coordinator  Volunteering at HCC in 2010 by making airport runs made a lot of sense to me. I was once a study abroad student in Beijing, China, who went through a similar experience of waiting at the airport for someone to take me to a university. Living only five... Continue Reading →

Seeing Red with Rose-Tinted Glasses

By Daniel Morgenstern -HCC Intern “Red” in China is not just about politics. Communism is only one cultural element in China that uses red as a symbol. Festivals, economists, fashion, history, and public service all use red in different capacities. Chinese stoplights flash red for caution, but “going into the red” is the goal of... Continue Reading →

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