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Coming Home

On my short flight from Dallas to Baltimore, the last leg of my journey from Busan, South Korea, I found myself on a plane full of non-Asian people. 830 more words



Mr. Carey´s home country of Canada, much like Germany and the United Kingdom, has long been viewed as a country whose political, social and economic policies promote multiculturalism or what has often been referred to as the ¨Cultural Mosiac.¨  But how did it come to be?   162 more words

Reflections on Bilingual Education

Bilingual education is controversial topic and one that has always made me uncomfortable and squirm in public.  I believe in bilingual education.  I am proof that it works.  1,411 more words

She's on a kimchi mission

For Hannah Chung, at least one element of her parents’ culture was something of an acquired taste.
Kimchi — a pungent blend of fermented vegetables and spices — is a staple of the Korean table, and is typically offered amid a series of banchan, or free side dishes that are meant to accompany and complement the main dish. 102 more words


Preserving Cultural Identity and Subjectivity for a Psychology of Multiculturalism, Kwang-Kuo Hwang

Author Information: Kwang-Kuo Hwang, National Taiwan University, kkhwang@ntu.edu.tw

Hwang, Kwang-Kuo. “Preserving Cultural Identity and Subjectivity for a Psychology of Multiculturalism.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective… 3,032 more words

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Book: Dumpling Days

Pacy Lin is ready for summer! But her parents have decided the family is going to visit Taiwan for a whole month. Taiwan? Pacy isn’t even sure if she knows where that is. 768 more words