Yiyi Ouyang

Yiyi Ouyang

Yiyi Ouyang is a student at The Webb Schools in Claremont, California. He participates avidly in speech, debate, and yearbook. This year, he serves as the Editor of Opinion in the Webb Canyon Chronicle, the school magazine. In addition, he heads a fundraiser for porters in countries like Peru and Tanzania. He also leads Care Mission Youth, an organization that works to help homeless citizens in Downtown LA, and California Alliance for Public Education, a coalition of students and chapters that look to improve public education through political activism.
Review: A blast from the past — ‘The Twilight Zone’

Review: A blast from the past — ‘The Twilight Zone’

Old movies and shows get too little attention. The only attention they've gotten in the 21st century is their animation quality or their shoddy CGI and VFX. But after I watched "The Twilight Zone," the thing that stuck with me wasn't their poor production by modern...

One belt, one road: The Silk Road’s resurrection

One belt, one road: The Silk Road’s resurrection

Now I can’t tell you what is in your computer: what the processing card is or how much RAM it holds. But what I can tell you is that your computer has rare earth metals. I can also bet that it's made in China mostly because they control the manufacturing industry....

Opinion: Are brick-and-mortar retailers dying?

Opinion: Are brick-and-mortar retailers dying?

You might have heard the troublesome outlook for brick-and-mortar stores that they are doomed to fall with the rise of online shopping. This prediction is not unprecedented as e-commerce has grown in recent years.  Even with the recent Nike ad of Colin Kaepernick...