Middle grade readers will love Grace Lin’s chapter books The Year of the Dog and The Year of the Rat, focusing on Chinese New Year and being an Asian American kid.
I have to admit, my notions of how to celebrate Christmas are informed by Hollywood and Pottery Barn catalogs. Some observations from bloggers about how Asian culture intersects with this holiday.
While some people are constantly surprised by Asians who speak English, Sian Wu wonders whether that is leading Asian Americans to forgo their heritage languages — and lose part of their culture.
They didn’t want to go at first, but
Why make your mom a card when she’s only going to tear it after a few minutes? In all seriousness, here’s some time tips on appreciating motherhood, Asian-style
Lots of ways to celebrate and learn in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. See if there’s an event in your area or let us know about one!
If you’re in the Bay Area, check out this exhibit at the Thoreau Center in the Presidio, featuring 38 emerging Asian American women artists.
What year is it? 1980? You’d think so, from the articles recently published “analyzing” Asian marriage patterns.