January 30, 2008
Written by C.N.
One of my blogger colleagues, Jenn Fang at Reappropriate, recently conducted a lengthy interview with Yul Kwon, Korean American winner of the Survivor: Race Wars reality show a couple of years ago, while they both participated in a voter registration drive in Nevada last week.
Jenn’s interview and Yul’s comments cover a wide range of issues, from media portrayals on Survivor, the model minority image, gender relations, and Asian American political power, to name just a few. A very worthwhile read — check it out for yourself.
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Suggested reference: Le, C.N. . "Interview With Yul Kwon at Reappropriate" Asian-Nation: The Landscape of Asian America. <http://www.asian-nation.org/headlines/2008/01/interview-with-yul-kwon-at-reappropriate/> ().
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