February 10, 2011
Written by C.N.
As I and my colleagues in New England continue to dig ourselves out of another snowstorm, here are some posts in this blog from February of years past:
- 2010: Connecting Toyota and Asian Americans
Looking at the larger sociological context surrounding Toyota’s recent troubles and its cultural connections to Asian Americans.
- 2009: Using Immigrants to Stimulate the Economy
To stimulate our economy, perhaps we should let in more Asian immigrants.
- 2008: Another Example of East-West Convergence
McDonalds restaurants incorporating feng shui — capitalism and natural harmony coexisting or just lipstick on a pig?
- 2007: Controversy Over Childrens Book
Cross-ethnic and nationalist tensions get reignited over the award-winning book So Far From the Bamboo Grove.
- 2006: Toyota Joins NASCAR
Toyota’s announcement that it will participate in NASCAR, the most popular form of motor racing in the U.S., poses a challenge to the sport’s all-White, American south-based culture.
- 2005: Multiracial Commercial Images
Images of racially-diverse and multiracial Americans are becoming more common, but how representative are they of the realities of the U.S. racial landscape?
- 2003: in Defense of Ignorance
Asian Americans react to Rep. Coble’s ignorant and misinformed defense of the imprisonment of Japanese Americans during WWII.
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Suggested reference: Le, C.N. . "Posts from Years Past: February" Asian-Nation: The Landscape of Asian America. <http://www.asian-nation.org/headlines/2011/02/posts-years-past-february-2/> ().
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