Memories and Reflections on Literature

This was supposed to be published on International Women’s Day, but I was swamped by school work. So instead, I am publishing this today in honor of Women’s History Month. It may seem strange, but I’ve decided to reminiscence about a book which has been accused of distorting Asian American culture and of pandering to white American feminists.

At this point, I should point out that I am, in fact, a feminist, and that is one of the main reasons I read this book. My take on it might be somewhat different. But everyone is going to have a different experience reading the same book.

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A Chinese American View of the Asian Jokes at the Oscars

I didn’t watch the Oscars this weekend for two reasons:

1) #OscarsSoWhite

2) I had to study for a test

The biggest story I heard about the awards was Leonardo DiCarpio’s win. Nothing against Leo, but he’s not really my type of actor. So I didn’t pay a lot of attention to the Oscar posts at first.

But then, I stumbled upon this article from Bustle that one of my friends had shared on Facebook.

I was disgusted.

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