By Sandy Yee SYLP student In a world full of diversity often come racial disputes, which can also be identified as racial micro aggressions, forms of subtle discrimination. Because they’re so subtle, not everyone realizes that they happen. People assume that discrimination equals hate crimes, violence, and racial slurs. However, treating others differently is also […]
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By Samantha Pak Northwest Asian Weekly “Terroryaki!” By Jennifer K. Chung 3-Day Books, 2011 Daisy Wang’s older sister Samantha is getting married in three months, but things don’t look too promising as their Taiwanese parents are still shunning Sam’s white fiancé Patrick. As a means of escape from the pre-wedding drama and her family’s scrutiny […]
“I pretty much got my education in theater, on the road, on that tour in each city. … I kind of went to the University of [Miss] Saigon,” actress Jennifer Paz said laughingly.
“I remember growing up in India — my grandpa would always speak of Michael Jackson as an embodiment of Western culture. When I started living in the States and he would visit us, he would joke about wanting to go to an MJ concert.