December 16, 2010
Written by C.N.
In case you’re the nostalgic type, here are some posts in this blog from December of years past:
- 2009: How Immigrants Contribute to American Society
Within the partisan an emotional debates on the cultural and economic effects of immigration, several new studies point out that immigrants ultimately make several important contributions to American society.
- 2008: Shinseki and Cao: Newest Asian American Political Pioneers
What the nomination of Eric Shinseki and the election of Joseph Cao mean for Asian Americans and their political power.
- 2007: New Opportunities for People of Color on TV?
Do reality TV shows improve the inclusion and representation of people of color in American society and popular culture?
- 2006: Asian Americans Overrepresented at Univ. of CA
Revisiting the thorny topic of academics, representation, and fairness for Asian Americans in college admissions.
- 2005: The New White Flight
White students fleeing schools with large Asian student populations — and what the Asian students can learn from this.
- 2004: Transnational Assimilation
Examples of how Asian Americans in the CA Bay area bridge the gap between Asia and America.
- 2003: N.Y. Met Executive is Fired Over Racist Remarks
Blatant racism directed at Kim Ng, perhaps the most powerful Asian American figure in Major League Baseball.
- 2002: North Korea Stirs Up Trouble Again
The more things change, the more they stay the same — the ongoing saga of North Korea and its threats of war against its Asian neighbors and the U.S.