On the Trail of Chowmein in Calcutta
India sets aside its old rivalry with China to indulge in the food of immigrants.
BBC World Service, "From Our Own Correspondent," February 6, 2010

Children Turn to Golf in a Bid to Get Ahead
As China's population continues to soar, wealthy parents who want their children to stand out from the crowd are having to make a special effort.
BBC World Service, "From Our Own Correspondent," January 16, 2010

Sex Ed in China
Interview about sex education in China on CBC radio program Q.
Q, November 23, 2009

Why Is Cloning Humans So Hard?
Are we really that different from sheep or cows or pigs?
Slate, November 12, 2007

Packing Heat in Helsinki
Why do Finns own so many guns?
Slate, November 8, 2007

Lawyers Against Musharraf
Why are attorneys taking to the streets in Pakistan?
Slate, November 5, 2007

40,000 Years in Spanish Prison?
The Madrid bomber sentences, explained
Slate, November 1, 2007

The 500-Meter Wheeze
Will air pollution affect the athletes at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing?
Slate, October 25, 2007

How To Fight Monkeys
What should you do if you're surrounded by angry macaques?
Slate, October 22, 2007

A Sex Toy a Day Keeps the Doctor Away?
The medical uses of dildos and vibrators.
Slate, October 4, 2007

Who Cares About the Weak Dollar?
What currency devaluation means for the average Joe.
Slate, September 25, 2007

How Many Burmese Monks Are There?
At least 10,000 of them demonstrated over the weekend...
Slate, September 24, 2007

How To Make More Babies
What can governments do to make fertility rates go up?
Slate, September 13, 2007

Muslim Beards 101
Are Muslims allowed to dye their facial hair?
Slate, September 10, 2007

Was Pavarotti Still a Good Singer?
At what age does a tenor reach his peak?
Slate, September 6, 2007

Why Isn't Brooklyn Tornado Alley?
Twister geography, explained.
Slate, August 9, 2007

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