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Motherland

Her body is here
But her mind is away
Remembering
A childhood of warmth and sunshine
Scenes of a tropical paradise

This land was never her home…

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Asian American

Angry Asians are suing Harvard for discrimination after getting rejected

Next Shark:

A lawsuit filed Monday accuses Harvard University of discrimination because of their alleged higher standards of admittance for Asian students. According to Fox News… 332 more words

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"Must be made in China"

Here comes another microagression that’s been brewing a rage within me that must be released. The plastic binding to a new Pantone fan deck in my office broke and I heard someone say “Must be made in China.” This Pantone contraption very well could have been made in China, and there are economic and political forces behind this conjecture that I don’t fully comprehend, but I know this statement also comes from a deeply rooted American viewpoint that quality comes from Europe and crap comes from Asia. 220 more words

Race

Lawsuit Accuses Beauty Giant Sephora Of Discrimination Against Asian-American Women

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — Beauty giant Sephora is accused of some pretty ugly behavior. A new lawsuit accuses the company of discriminating against Asian-American women. 271 more words

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Making Asian American Women Visible: The Joy Luck Club

This is my latest Huffington Post, “Making Asian American Women Visible” co-written with my son, Theo. 

So proud of his work and all his writing.  Please share this post! 1,106 more words

Grace Ji-sun Kim

The Single Story About Asian Americans

Yesterday, a friend directed me to Chimamanda Adichie’s 2009 TED talk entitled “The Danger of a Single Story.” For those who aren’t familiar with her work, Adichie is a Nigerian-born writer and MacArthur Fellow; her most recent book, Americanah, garnered a host of best-of-2013 accolades and is being adapted into a film starring Lupita N’yongo; her other TED talk, “ 165 more words

Race And Ethnicity

Jeremy Lin: Full-time Basketball Star, Part-time Practical Joker

At this point, you’ve probably heard of Asian American basketball sensation Jeremy Lin. As a beloved sports hero of New Yorkers in 2012 through Linsanity and icon for Asians/Asian Americans, there is no doubt that Jeremy Lin has made it big since his days playing basketball at Harvard.  302 more words

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