When Chickens Hatch
Helen Young Chang on remembered racism, both explicit and subtle, and what her parents brought from Taiwan to Southern California.
Helen Young Chang is a writer and translator who lives in Pittsburgh. Her criticism has been awarded the Austrian Art Critics Prize, and her essays, articles and interviews have appeared in frieze, Flash Art, ARTnews, the Wall Street Journal and New York Times. She is at work on her first book with the support of a Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky fellowship.
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