The stereotype of the “China Doll” or “Lotus Blossom” has often been perpetuated by the media — women as submissive and quiet servants.
David Byunghyun Lee over at Gawker writes an excellent essay about the tensions between Korean and American culture, and struggles with Asian-American identity.
Amy Chua, infamous “Tiger Mom,” is at it again. This time, she claims some groups are just plain better than others. Yikes.
Freelance writer Suey Park, advocate for the Asian American feminism, created a new hashtag to discuss issues of feminism and stereotypes related to Asian American culture.
In today’s weekly post, we explore the stereotype: are Asians really bad drivers? Where does this stereotype come from? What are the facts?