‘Sukiyaki’ turns 60
A song sung in Japanese went to number one on the Billboard chart in the US in June 1963. The World's Stephen Snyder tells how “Sukiyaki” blended post-war Japan's sense of loss with its spirit of
The SAGE Encyclopedia of Filipina/x/o American Studies
Filipino Americans are one of the three largest Asian American groups in the United States and the second largest immigrant population in the country. Yet within the field of Asian American Studies, Filipino American history and culture have received comparatively less attention than have other ethnic groups.
Healing, Radical Hope, & Community Care: an Asian Pacific American History Month Exhibit — Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Atlanta
Healing, Radical Hope, & Community Care celebrates APAHM by bringing together the work of Asian American artists that visually and poetically imagines a just world through art, story, and togetherness. Featuring work by Nicole Kang Ahn, Natalie Bui, and 2021 Atlanta Youth Poet Laureate Aanika Er
The Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center Calls Upon Its Community to Share the Power of Music
The Covid-19 pandemic has taken a unique toll on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. People from these communities have experienced alarming vulnerabilities to the pandemic because they are more likely to live in multigenerational families with older relatives, and they are heavily represented among essential or frontline workers.
Article: Addressing AAPI Health Needs in the Context of COVID-19
"Addressing AAPI Health Needs in the Context of COVID-19" Volume 17:1 & 2, (2020) by Kathy Ko Chin, Holly Avey, Ben D'Avanzo, and Elaine Andres ABSTRACT: The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated existing challenges Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) face in accessing healthcare: language access, barriers for immigrant populations, lack of data disaggregation, and lack of community resources.
1963 | Sukiyaki by Kyu Sakamoto | American Experience | PBS
From the Collection: Songs of the Summer The Japanese-language chart-topper has seemingly sparked a thousand covers - but most obscure the song's complex geopolitical history. By Elaine Kathryn Andres Growing up, family parties would wind down around our favorite special occasion appliance.
Sexe, race et colonies (French Edition)
Sexe, race et colonies (French Edition) [Collectif, Mbembe, Joseph-Achille, Martial, Jacques, Blanchard, Pascal, Bancel, Nicolas, Boetsch, Gilles, Thomas, Dominic, Taraud, Corinne, Slimani, Leïla] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Sexe, race et colonies (French Edition)
Project MUSE -
Monica Chiu's Scrutinized! Surveillance in Asian North American Literature is a well-researched and menacing investigation of literary surveillance. Chiu's monograph skillfully explores a dynamic body of Asian North American literature within the detective and mystery genres published between 1995 and 2010.