Bankers who gobbled up bailout money in 2009 are now diverting loans meant for small businesses to big companies while ordinary Americans are hurting. Continue Reading
Ti Ngo is a contributing editor at Fair Observer. He is a historian whose research focuses on how ideas of economic development were propagated in the age of Japanese imperial expansion. Ti has shown how Japan's self-interest and exploitation of native populations unintentionally shaped the perception of economic development in the post-World War II order. In addition to publishing in peer-reviewed journals, Ti has taught numerous courses on world history, literature, East Asian history and Greek tragedy at the University of California, Berkeley. He has also taught high school students in Kochi Japan and prison inmates at San Quentin State Prison. Ti is also a sommelier. As beverage director, he has crafted and curated programs for over four establishments in the San Francisco Bay Area.