Chiang, L, Trafficking of Women
This article discusses the trafficking of women and it starts off by stating the main trades, which
are child sex trade, sexual slavery, sex tourism, and forced prostitution. It
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Week 1 Study Questions
NOTE: All questions below cover material that may appear on
the midterm exam. The questions pertain to materials that
may be featured on the exam vis-a-vis a matching item, a short
answer question, or a multiple answer item (that is
Prepared by Jennifer A. Yee, February 24,20L5
Chapter 3 - "The Right to Excel: Asian Americans and Educational Opportunity"
The Contemporary Asion Americon Experience: Beyond the Model Minority, j'd ed.
Timothy P. Fong
Visibility and lnv
Chapter 6: Charlie Chan No More Asian Americans and Media Images
The Contemporary Asian American Experience: Beyond the Model Minority, 3rd Ed.
By Timothy P.Fong
I. Visibility and Invisibility: Quynh Tran (page 192-195)
A. Examples of Visibility:
Asian American 300-04 MW 8:30am
Chapter 6 Charlie Chan No More Asian Americans and Media Images
Miranda Garza - email@example.com
Lawrence Lau - firstname.lastname@example.org
Ellis Seun - email@example.com
Quynh Tran -
Chapter 4 Outline
Workplace Issues: Beyond Glass Ceilings
Daniel Keshavarz, Ryan Biedermann, Masa Ito, Diana Tran, Pagia Xiong, Ryan Nambu
Visibility and Invisibility (pp. 116-117)
In 1995, the top one thousand U.S. firms had the following managerial sta
Chapter 5 Anti-Asian Violence: Breaking the Silence
(a) Anti-Asian Violence: Breaking the Silence
A. Visibility and Invisibility
1. individual racist, hate groups, and xenophobic lawmakers created hostile
environment during late 19th-20th cen.
Quynh Tran (Quinn)
Professor Jennifer A. Yee
ASAM 300-Spring 2016
1. What was it like for you to introduce yourself to the group and the class?
I am very shy and not used to the very open culture in America so I di
ASAM 300-05-Intro to ASAM Studies
Dr. J.A. Yee
Team members: _
Test Questions Chapter: _
Week 3 02/8/16
Who wrote the
Whats important to
1. Fact by Jen Earth
Monkey: Lunar New
Year is today.
Without Permission and Without Apology Building Alternatives to End Sexual Violent.
The talk show began with the introduction of Mia Mingus who is a writer, community
educator and organizer working for disability justice and transformative just
ASAM 300 Intro to ASAM Studies
Dr. J. A. Yee
Name_QUYNH TRAN_ Team_6_ Todays Date _05_/_11_/_2016_
Be The Change You Wish to See in the World Presentation - Reflection
1. What do you think/feel about your Be the Change proposal? Why?
I love to do this pro
Prof. Jennifer Lee
Extra Credit 2
Yen Le Espiritu
The Vietnam War and Militarized Refuge(es): The Production of Memories of the
According UC San Diegos website, Yn L Espiritu began her academic career in 199
ASAM 300 Intro to ASAM Studies
Dr. J. A. Yee
Name: Quynh Tran_ Team_6_ Todays Date _03_/_21_/_2016_
Team Teaching Reflection
1. What do you think/feel about your team teaching in class? How do you think/feel that your
2. What worked
Team: _CHAPTER 6_
Team members: Miranda Garza, Lawrence Lau, Ellis Seun, Quynh Tran, Jackie Xiong,
1. Concept by
Where do negative images
of AAPI people in
Hollywood originate from?
A. Yellow Peril
B. Western views
ASAM 300-Intro to Asian American Studies
Dr. J. A. Yee
Team # (Presenters): _
Feedback from: _
Be the Change You Wish to See in the World!
they all present?
April 1, 2016
Portrayals of Asian American in Film
When it comes to seeing Asian Americans, how diverse are their roles in film? It seems
that men have had more diverse roles than women. In the early days, women
April 14, 2016
Asian American Cultural Integration
When you are an Asian American, how does one cope with the integration of two
cultures? Being Asian American means that we experience culture differences all throughout o
Like most words, "multiculturalism" needs to be understood from both an historical and a
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The water of the women’s lake laps against my breasts, cool, calming. I can
feel it beginning to wash the hot nervousness away from my body. The lit—
tle waves tickle my armpits, make my sari ﬂoat up around me, wet and yel—
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Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
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POE'I' AND FICTION WRITER
Chitra Banerjee Divaharnni was horn in India
and came to the United States at age nineteen to
AMERASIA 15: 1 (1989),
Poetry within Earshot:
Notes on an Asian American Generation 1968-1978
R S E L C. LEONG
"Inthe process of finding out what one has learned, one learns once more."
Poetry is practical, so I have learned.
n Long Beach, there is a group of teenage girls who want to be
heard.They want to let others know what it's like growing up Khmer
American and being a young woman in the country's largest
Cambodian enclave.Their stor
Sudden Rush: Na Mele Paleoleo (Hawaiian Rap) as Liberatory
Akindes, Fay Yokomizo.
Discourse, 23.1, Winter 2001, pp. 82-98 (Article)
Published by Wayne State University Press
For additional information about this artic
The Complexity of Identity: 'Who Am I?"
Frye. M. (1983). "Oppression." In The Politics of Reality: Essays in Feminist Theory. Freedom. Calif.:
' The Crossing Press.
Grifﬁn. P. (1997). “Introductory Module for the Single Issues Courses." In M. Adams, L. A.
KGA members in office prior to precinct walking in Long Beach in October 2008.
Photographs courtesy of Khmer Girls in Action Archives
KGA core members on Valentines Day 2009 in KGAs office.
Amerasia Journal 35:1 (2009): 188-193
Khmer Girls in Action