Nona Tepper


The Washington Post

Yes, the election is rigged–against immigrants
Contributed to this investigation: The D.C. Housing Department forfeited millions as families waited for help

Chicago Magazine

Immigrants Are the Lifeblood of Maxwell Street Market
The Collateral Damage of $1 Vacant Lots


An American Drug Dealer in Beijing


Even With Gang Connections, Begging on the Beijing Subway is Rough 
The Cruelty and Controversy of Beijing’s Black Market for Dogs
Why So Many Puerto Riccan Addicts End Up in Chicago


Meet the teachers who were eager to listen to Janet Yellen
Big business gung-ho on Trump overhaul of U.S. economy

Smithsonian Magazine

Could Garbage Fuel Airplanes? 


Why Beijing’s hipsters are too cool for a European-themed bar street
What you’ll find in a Chinese pawnshop: a BMW and a Beijing penthouse
Neuroscience can now curate music based on your brainwaves, not your music taste

Built In

This Mental Health Chatbot Uses Humor To Get Users To Open Up

How Humility Helps AI Work Better With Human Users

This Opera Literally Sounds Like the Birth of the Universe

Can More Deadlines Make Product Development Less Stressful?

What Twitter and Venmo Can Teach Us About The Cross-Platform Economy

What’s Keeping Driverless Vehicles Off The Road?

‘Work From Anywhere’: Does It Actually Work? 

Armory Sees Code Deploys Increase In The Coronavirus Era

Slack Hacks and Etiquette For Tech’s Newly Remote Workforce

How Artnome Uses Machine Learning To Predict The Price Of An Artistic Masterpiece

Robotics, AR, 3D Printing: This Chicago Lab Explores the Future of Logistics

A Social Wellness App For The Era Of Social Distancing

A Guide To Making The Move From Manager To Individual Contributor

Remote Pair Programming Tips You Should Know


Crain’s Chicago Business

The hustle is on to insure Chicagoans after Trump Obamacare outreach cuts
Another big condo building goes rental
LaSalle Street office building selling for $165 million
Huge Lakeshore East project riles neighbors
Illinois road construction returns to life
Chicago, Illinois IDOT roadwork threatened by budget
Former Mariano’s employee sues over fingerprint data
Enterprise CarShare says crime is chasing it out of Chicago
Illinois hospitals fall in national rankings, survey finds
Downers Grove food company to buy energy bar maker
Goose Island not releasing Bourbon County barleywine
A Chicago private-equity firm looks to sell Fuller Brush
More Illinois companies kept profits offshore last year
What Jaguars owner Khan said today on Trump, NFL owners and a $20 minimum wage
Rauner signs controversial abortion legislation
Chicago companies rebuild in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria
Nicor, CN reach deal in dispute that threatened winter heat
Alpana Singh sells stake in Seven Lions
Will Trump tax plan put American jobs first? That depends. 
How Graham-Cassidy would play out in Illinois
DuPage Medical deal a near-record sum for Illinois health care
Woman- and minority-led businesses need cash to grow. How to get it. 

U.S. News and World Report

Homeland Security Inspector Calls to Suspend Electronic Processing System 

McClatchy DC

Veterans still angry at treatment of Iraqis who served U.S. war effort
National Zoo says farewell to Bao Bao, U.S.-born panda cub on way to China


City Working on First Plan to Promote Growth, Avoid Gentrification Near South and West Side Train Stations

Meet the CTA’s Biggest Fans

What It’s Like to Live Inches from the ‘L’

From Day One

Do You Have a Healthy Workplace? It Matters in More Ways Than You Might Think

Getting to Diversity: It Takes Data, Persistence, and a Willingness to Talk About It

Wednesday Journal

Transgender lawyer reacts to political ad
River Forest law fines those who lie to the village
Booming development in Forest Park driven by out-of-towners
Developers raze historic William St. home
Bambi and the River Forest police
River Forest threatens railroad to clean up its act
Bank foreclosing on school suing River Forest

Forest Park Review

Five bars denied gambling licenses by state board
No guns, no bullying: FPMS students hold rally
A second chapter for mother and son
Police hit with fourth federal suit in 9 months
Police ID homicide victim found in abandoned car
Cook County judge tosses Let Forest Park Vote’s case
Forest Park students underperform on state science exam
Fifth-grader wins District 91 Spelling Bee
Village electoral board official, pro- video gamer in business together
State gives D91 meager $1,100 increase in school funds
Scratch Kitchen hopes for big business from bitqy
End of the line: CTA stalls on rusted water tower refurbish
Record year for carjackings, theft
Neighborhood Watch attendance balloons
Park board member finds treatment after third DUI, jail time
Police hit with another federal lawsuit
Aux. officer didn’t properly secure weapon, chief says

United Press International

Muslim advocacy group CAIR sues Trump over immigration ban

Nikkei Asian Review

Ruling nears on Chinese bid for Chicago exchange
Chicago chefs keep fading Macanese flavors alive
Making China’s ‘white liquor’ palatable for Americans

Belleville News-Democrat

They traveled 36 hours on a bus to make a statement at the Women’s March
Trump’s Illinois supporters are excited to watch him become president 
Illinoisans get emotional during Trump’s inauguration
Metro-east students join anti-abortion march in D.C.

The Diplomat

Chinese Grads Shunning Government Careers? 

Internet Retailer Magazine

Alibaba’s chairman tells U.S. businesses ‘You can sell almost anything’ online in China
B2B Recipe for Success polishes off a new B2B e-commerce site

Time Out Beijing

Diet Hard 
Life coaching in Beijing
Yoga for your back and shoulders

Thought Catalog

The 20 expats you’ll meet in Beijing

The parent of energy products lists on Nasdaq

Newcity Chicago magazine

Dynastic by Design: How The Field Museum Built the Nation’s Largest Chinese Historical Museum Exhibit

That’s Beijing

Beijing ‘Yellow Umbrella’ fashion designer arrested, disappears
The end for Yashow? Beijing government chases markets out of city
Following the worst drought in 15 years, Beijing residents sink holes and siphon water
TODAY IN SECURITY: Beijing installs 1,300 security cameras in public parks
Beijing thinks of future, builds world’s largest incinerator
Instagram blocked in Beijing and across China, likely due to protests in Hong Kong
Seven reasons to get excited for Beijing’s week-long APEC conference

Medill Reports

Fate of key economic support program for Illinois pending
In Waukesha, small businesses wonder whether Democrats or Republicans can change their lives
Pot protesters light up Washington 

The Illinois Channel

Illinois’ growing Latino vote could be critical component in deciding comptroller race

The Anthill

Get Enlightened Quick

CUSP Magazine

’50 Shades’ and Valentines Day offer welcome boom to Chicago sex toy market


Chinese media banned from reporting World Press Freedom Index before list released
The 3 worst attacks on foreign journalists in China in 2013
China admits environmental future “not optimistic”
Top 3 most hostile attacks against foreign journalists in China in 2014

NewsChina Magazine

Credit at all costs


Why do China’s activists keep getting arrested over its Constitution? 
Chinese vendors copying Chicago Chriskindlmarket designs?

City Weekend Beijing

New registration campaign targets large dogs 
Go Green at the Beijing Garden Expo

Bombs and Dollars

The Cost of Cambodian Citizenship

Sound on Sight

Jia Zhangke’s short film calls attention to Chinese pollution

Peoria Journal Star

Peoria expands personal battle of staying off drugs to cleaning up South Peorias ‘Red Zone
East Peoria man has customized footwear for Kanye West, Floyd Mayweather
Peoria boy’s dream fulfilled with joyride in street sweeper
Central Illinois group looks to forge business ties with China
EP officials Bass Pro Shops for attracting other stores
Muslim speaker condemns Libyan attacks during Bradley speech
Peoria’s ‘Don’t Shoot’ campaign starts to see positive results
Xbox ‘runaways’ end journey in Eureka
Peoria woman victim of costly phone scam
Peoria man becomes city’s 10th homicide of the year

Indiana Daily Student

Tuition rate, alternative degrees lead graduates to question degree worth
Experts examine health law’s effect on adulthood
Bloomington Hudsucker Posse hoops for peace
Losing ‘Lin’: 2009 Nobel Prize for Economics winner Elinor Ostrom dies of cancer
Occupy IU carries tents, raises awareness
Little-known federal loan program lowers monthly grad payments
IU Surplus Store downsizes, still offers ‘bare bones’ prices

Annals of Palliative Medicine

Edited this article: Sacred space and the healing journey

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