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Tag Archives: race
Asian America: Confusion from Within, Abroad, and Why
The Economist article asking, “Do Asian Americans still exist?” is likely to rouse some sentiments. As usual, Asian America, with all its ethnicities, don’t just indicate a diversity of cultural groups under the large label of “Asian” but a striking … Continue reading
Posted in Observations Tagged asian americans, foreign perspectives, race 22 Comments
A Brief Lesson On Melanin Diversity In The Philippines And China
So the other week, Lucy Liu was under fire for her comment on David Letterman’s show about how she looks “a little Filipino” when she tans. Although Lucy has already apologized, a number of people are unsurprisingly still offended by … Continue reading
Posted in Current Events, Discrimination, Entertainment, Observations, TV Tagged China, David Letterman, Lucy Liu, Philippines, race 14 Comments
Vivek Wadhwa On Race, Gender, and Meritocracy in Silicon Valley
When Vivek Wadhwa founded a tech company, he was advised by fellow Indian Americans to have a white “front man” to pitch company to venture capitalists. Moving to academia in an attempt to slow down from the hectic tech business … Continue reading
Posted in Business, Discrimination, Local, San Francisco Bay Area Tagged african-americans, gender, race, Silicon Valley, The Indus Entrepreneurs, TIE, Vivek Wadha, women 7 Comments