Anybody that knows me, knows I am a huge fan of my alma mater, the University of Virginia. Not only is it one of the best academic institutions nationally and internationally, my college days were instrumental in making me the person I am today. 214 more words
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In the coming decades, no ethnic group may have more of an economic impact on the local level in the U.S. than Asian-Americans. Asia is now the largest source of legal immigrants to the U.S., constituting 40% of new arrivals in 2013.
Chinese American, Hong Yen Chang, granted California Law License 125 years after "Mongolian ancestry” deemed him ineligible
Sf Gate: Hong Yen Chang came to San Francisco 125 years ago and applied for a license to practice law to help his fellow immigrants, but the prevailing winds were against him — the federal Chinese Exclusion Act and a set of California laws denying citizenship and employment to Chinese Americans. 59 more words
Just came across this article on The Frisky on how fully employed millenials who are still living at home should be ashamed of themselves and get their ass out there asap… 334 more words
(Siraj Sindhu)– In my last essay, I argued that the demand that Muslims living in the West must denounce extremism and defend “real” Islam presupposes diffuse moral responsibility and guilt upon all Muslims, and simultaneously reifies oppressively Islamophobic presumptions about Muslims. 643 more words
By Airec Sype.
Edited by Broscobar
“You’re pretty cute, for an Asian guy.”
One of the many phrases that I’ve heard in my life that opposes my ethnicity as an Asian-American. 1,553 more words