Jun Yu v. Idaho State University
I wrote a blog post almost 5 years ago titled Sharing the Sweetness and the Sorrows, inspired by the hardships we began facing then. I thought about it recently because we’re still facing hardships, but in a different form (you can learn more about our fight against injustice here), and still finding ways to share […]
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Our lawyer Ron Coulter reminded me of the value that comes from writing about what it’s like to live with (and sleep with) the so-called “enemy” country.
Have we really been on the road for over two weeks? I couldn’t believe it when I looked at the calendar and realized how much time had flown since we landed in the US on July 20. And to think we’ve spent most of it behind the wheel in the USA! Of course, again, that’s […]
Wondering where I’ve been? It’s tough to keep up with blogging when you’ve traveled halfway around the world, followed by an epic road trip across America. After arriving in Cleveland, Ohio last week (my humble hometown), we got behind the wheel and drove our way out to Boise, Idaho for some business related to my […]
When Jun and I used to live in the US, we always heard the stories from Chinese students and friends. How years would pass before they ever traveled to China to see friends and family. It was too difficult for them to return – because of the cost of travel, the hassle of renewing their […]
3 Lessons I’ve Learned About Modern Racism from Idaho State University’s Bad Behavior Towards My Husband
It was painful witnessing the horrendous damage that Idaho State University inflicted upon my husband — but it also taught me a lot about modern racism.
AsAm News has published one of the best stories about Jun Yu’s case, capturing the strengths of his lawsuit against Idaho State University.
Expert reports are not just a legal strength in Jun Yu’s case. They can also make for fascinating reading and reveal just how much ISU screwed up.
The Huffington Post just published my article titled “Why I Don’t Trust Psychologists, Thanks to Idaho State University.” Here’s an excerpt: “Maybe you could talk to a counselor about that.” That’s what a good friend wrote to me a few months ago after I confided in her. I had mentioned the enormous stress in my […]