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CHRIS CHANG

Journalist. Filmmaker

 

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Documentary. Explainer. Portrait

 

Meet San Francisco's last Patrol Special Officer

Alan Byard has been patrolling San Francisco for more than four decades and is the city’s last Patrol Special Police Officer. He and his Ford Crown Victoria are the remaining symbols of community policing and possible solutions to the city's surging crime rates.

 

Afghan refugees struggle with their new life in East Bay

Three months after the Qadari family fled the Taliban, the family is still struggling to find footholds in Fremont, California. More than 5,000 Afghans live in a neighborhood in this East Bay city, nicknamed "Little Kabul."

 

Why Taylor Swift is rerecording her albums?

Taylor Swift has been championing music ownership and rerecording her albums. But for many artists, owning music remains a rare privilege when major music labels still dominate the industry.

 

Will inflation destroy the U.S. economy?

The U.S. is riding the largest inflation wave since the Great Recession of 2008. The FED believes it's a sign of recovery from the economic shutdown caused by the pandemic, but how long will the price surges last? History might have the answer.

 

How a nonprofit protects San Francisco Bay for 60 years

In 1961, three Bay Area residents decided to resist reckless urban development and founded Save The Bay. Today, the nonprofit is actively restoring wetlands across the Bay Area. Their goal: 100,000 acres of restored tidal marsh to protect the region from the upcoming climate crisis.

 

Oakland-based muralist on art, community, and love for BIPOC

Rachel Wolfe-Goldsmith is a Muralist, Painter, and Creative Director. Adopted and of Nigerian, Jewish, and European heritage, she is interested in shaping culture through large-scale imagery. Her compositions seek to reflect the culture, moments, and dreams that shape her communities.

 

History explains why Hong Kong should be a nation

The book from Hong Kong doctor-historian Tsui Sing-yan documents the birth of Hong Kong civil nationalism and offers guidance for its development under an oppressive regime.

 
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