Tiffany Zhu

Tiffany Zhu is a sophomore double majoring in Economics and Russian Studies at Stanford University. She enjoys studying politics, economics, and culture in periods of transition in Russia, particularly the 1990s. In her free time, she goes for walks around campus and pens the occasional short story.


Exorcising the Spirit of Upside-Down Christmas (Online)
Perestroika Without Pleasure (Online)
Dumbledovich and the Chamber of Bovine Distractions (Online)
Too Much Catherine, Not Enough Greatness: Two Reviews of "Catherine the Great" (Online)
Baggage Bros, Covert Crimea, and Brezhnev's Crimes (Online)
A Prudently Droll, Privately Disquieting Police Day (Online)
"Eagles These Days Text Too Much," Said Putin (Or Did He?) (Online)
Velimir Khlebnikov: Innovating 100 Years Before Silicon Valley (Online)
Things to Avoid After Drinking Vodka (Online)
Poems for a Golden Autumn (Online)
Beer, Balloons, and (GMO) Babies (Online)
The Twitter Wars of the Russian MFA (Online)
Bus Parades, Pumpkin Beheadings, and Other Dumb Ways to Die (Online)
Eight Russian Desserts To Make Your Mouth Water (Online)
Cosmic Robots, Cosmonaut Rituals, and Classrooms Resplendent (Online)
What Russian Rock Music Says About the Motherland (Online)
Come Hell or High Horses, Let's Save This Plane! (Online)
The Enigmatic Horseman (Online)
Missing Lakes, Concert Mistakes, and Séances with Darwin (Online)
"The Last Czars" is a Disgrace to Russian History (Online)
A Cross Wrapped in a Card, Inside a Khinkali (Online)
Brighton Beach: A Snapshot of the Ex-Soviet Diaspora (Online)
Swipe Me! Eat Me! Watch Me! (Online)
Trolley Drama and Piano Trauma (Online)
Duck, Duck, Owl? (Online)
Arctic Atlantis (Online)
Diving and Driving into Summer Holidays (Online)
This Takes the Cake! (Online)
Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Fire/Lightning? (Online)
Far From Moscow: A Digital Festival for the Ages (Online)
It's an Animal World After All (Online)
A Dangerous Film about Dangerous Wars (Online)
The Robots are Having a Whale of a Time (Online)
The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Russian Rock (Online)
Do Russian Robots Dream of Electric Ice? (Online)
To the Kokosmos (Online)
Smart Homes, Sledgehammers, and Star Wars References (Online)
The Final Frontier of Communism (Online)
A Dog and a Muscovite Come In from the Cold (Online)
When Russian Cuisine Turns Georgian (Online)
Absence (of Sugar and Corgis) Makes the Heart Grow Fonder (Online)
Five Proverbs to Get You Hyped for Maslenitsa (Online)
Black Snow, Brown Bears, and Sore Losers (Online)

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