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Tag Archives: America
Defining American Citizenship: The Story of Wong Kim Ark
As a child growing up in America, I thought of myself as not-American. In America, I was Taiwanese, I was Chinese, I was Asian. Though I pledged my allegiance to the American flag alongside my classmates of various ethnic and … Continue reading
Posted in Discrimination, History, Legal Tagged America, american citizen, anchor babies, birthright citizenship, united states of america, usa, wong kim ark 1 Comment
The Red Dawn Remake To Be Released in 2012
After nearly two years of stalling, the Red Dawn remake has finally found a distributor willing to take on this film, after MGM emerged from bankruptcy in 2009 and deciding not to release it. FilmDistrict, an independent studio, is finalizing … Continue reading
Posted in Current Events, Entertainment, Movies Tagged America, asian americans, asian invasion, asians, chinese, chris hemsworth, filmdistrict, Hunger Games, kenneth choi, mgm, red dawn, remake, stereotypes, superpower, Thor, xenophobia, yellow peril 4 Comments
Everything under the sun is “Made in China”
It’s interesting when you read about things that are made in China. I mean, who really doesn’t know that things are manufactured there anyways? Anything you pick up practically has the little sticker on it. But something that I didn’t … Continue reading
Posted in Lifestyles, Observations Tagged , America, American, bags, capitalism, China, designer bags, greed, manufacturing 32 Comments