November 15, 2010
Written by C.N.
In case you’re the nostalgic type, here are some posts in this blog from November of years past:
- 2009: The U.S. and China: A Love-Hate Relationship
President Obama’s trip to Asia highlights some of the contradictory, love-hate sentiments that many Americans and its institutions seem to have with Asians/Asian Americans.
- 2008: Don Wakamatsu: First Asian American Big League Manager
Discussing the significance of Don Wakamatsu as the first Asian American head coach and manager of a major sports team.
- 2007: Big Plans for Little Saigons
Debate around plans for the two largest Little Saigon communities in the U.S. highlight struggles to maintain ethnic solidarity among Vietnamese Americans.
- 2006: New Internment Pictures Depict Harsher Life
Recently-published photos reopen a sad and painful episode for Asian Americans and American society in general.
- 2005: China Attracting U.S. Scholars
China’s big push to recruit U.S. academics to help build up their universities to eventually rival the best from around the world.
- 2004: Inter-Asian Sentiments
Examples from popular culture in both Japan and South Korea illustrate the contradictory nature of inter-ethnic relations between Asians of different ethnic groups.
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