My Father Is More Than a Model Minority
What makes immigrant parents like mine worthy of love, respect, and admiration in our country?
It looks so ancient,Everyone looks so young.
Xena: Warrior Princess
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My father’s experiences with racism are mostly limited. Or they’re uneventful. When recalling how the chairman of surgery often confused him with the only other Asian resident at the University of Washington—a Japanese man named Tom—he laughs.
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