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Tag Archives: Asian-American Identity
Reflections on the Virginia Tech Shooting 5 Years Later
April 16th, 2007 engraved a bloody mark as the worst school shooting in American history and gave a shocking jolt to the Korean American community, something that hasn’t been felt since the LA riots, which coincidentally marks the 20th anniversary this month. … Continue reading
Is the Term “Asian-American” Not What it Used to Be?
“So what kind of activities did you do in college?” asked my Vietnamese-American interviewee. I do alumni admissions interviewing for my undergraduate college. The time for my questions was over – now it was her turn to ask and for … Continue reading
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