Pretty easy, overall.
This is an introductory Asian-American history course that touches upon important events relating to Asian Americans from 1850-1975. It is thought-provoking and shines a light on the history of a group of people whose history if often not spoken of.
Learning the hardships and adversities that Asian immigrants had to overcome on their journey into the United States. Specifically, we learned about the racism and animosity that Chinese immigrants had to face in the first wave of Asian migration from 1850-1880s and also, the anti-Chinese movement during that time. In the second book, we learned about how US colonization of the Philippines affected migrations from that country into US and also, the migration situation along the southern border of the US. In the final book, we learned about the US military intervention in Vietnam.
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Advice for students:
Force yourself to read the book or split up the book with some friends and try to understand the concepts because it ties in with the lecture stuff. Tests are easy because she gives study guides with very similar questions on them but you still need to know a little bit from the book to answer a few. GO TO LECTURE. The majority of test questions are based on lecture.