Finding Myself in the Museum of Chinese in America
Chineseness became a part of my heritage I could name but didn’t really understand.
United East Athletics AssociationChinatown Manpower ProjectChen Dance CenterChinatown Senior CenterMuseum of Chinese in America
85,000 itemsChinatown History Projectracist immigration laws
Big Bird in ChinaMonkey Kingme
This is when Dad came,1947. He must have come right then.
These are our stories,
March 8accompanying racist backlashthe museum estimates that the restoration process will take as long as eighteen months
Laura Wang lives in Brooklyn, where she writes stories and teaches human beings about molecules. She is currently an MFA candidate at Sarah Lawrence College. You can find her on Twitter @laura_c_wang.
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