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Leila Doty
Hi there! I love learning about different languages and cultures, I really like swords and knives, and if I could go anywhere in the world right now I would go to Tibet to see the beautiful Himalayas with my own eyes. I love talking about Haruki Murakami and his writing, denuclearization of the Korean peninsula, and my cat, Parker.

On being mixed

It’s Lunar New Year, and the sun has just set over the terracotta roofs on the horizon. With dusk comes a cool, cleansing breeze into the sprawling neighborhoods of Santa Clara and through the screen door of my grandparents’ home. Here, in the city of my birth, the immigration site of my ancestors, my family…

The alphabet of the heart

CDEFGHIJKL. For most people this series of letters is a seemingly random chunk of the alphabet devoid of any special meaning. But to Dr. James R. Doty, a clinical professor in Stanford University School of Medicine’s Department of Neurosurgery (to whom I am not related), these ten letters are anything but meaningless; these letters are…
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