SAMPLES

Chungking Mansions (student video)

Village Democracy Spreads the Wealth

A 2012 article on studies of village democracy in China, published in the popular China blog, ChinaGeeks: by Arielle Emmett (aemmettphd@gmail.com) Last December’s spectacular ten-day confrontation between Wukan villagers and…

Arielle Emmett wins Fulbright Specialty Grant to Develop Online Visual Journalism in Indonesia

Washington, D.C., September 2014.  Arielle S Emmett, Ph.D. has been selected for a Fulbright Specialist grant in Communications and journalism at University Padjadjaran, West Java Indonesia for spring 2015. As…

What I Meant to Tell you about Mongolia

What I Meant to Tell You About Mongolia Hello friends and family– Chapter 1: Mongolia. After waiting in Beijing Capital Airport October 1 for 18 hours for a flight to…

Zero Tolerance, Zero Intelligence

Philadelphia Inquirer 05-13-2003 Zero Tolerance Zero Intelligence By Arielle Emmett NETHER PROVIDENCE – About a month ago my 13 year-old son took a swing at a sixth grader who yelled…

Biocomplexity: A New Science For Survival

The Scientist 14[19]:1, Oct. 2, 2000 This article originally appeared in The Scientist with an accompanying interview with Dr. Colwell.  NEWS Biocomplexity: A New Science For Survival? NSF director Rita…

The Chinese Glass Menagerie

In Beijing this past November, my creative writing class read Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie. It’s a play about family abandonment, the interactions and spoiled dreams of an American mother…

In Beijing and Shanghai: Feasts and Leftovers

  February 17 — Shanghai Bund.   My 33 year old friend Wang Qian is one of the best feasts of human nature that I have encountered in China. Call…

Butterfly Dream (writer)

We see the startled look of an American dancer, THEA ( in Chinese. meaning ‘Western Girl)’ performing Chinese revolutionary ballet.

Visual Communications

The Girl With The Four Lipsticks

She was an American co-ed whose almond eyes and painted lips zipped across the pages Harper’s Bazaar in August 1940, long before the era of Photoshop.