A Story of Resilience: Michelle Yeoh’s and Ke Huy Quan’s Journeys

Each year, we all turn our attention to the big screens, searching for a movie, in hopes of catching a reflection of ourselves. It doesn’t have to be the big blockbuster theatrical performance of a lifetime – a movie with the right amount of intrigue woven into a heartfelt narration will suffice. But this past year, one particular film has captured worldwide attention: Everything Everywhere All at Once.

Globalization — Is it worth it?

Have you ever wondered what the true impacts of things such as better transportation, communication, and trade have on our world today? If so, please allow me to introduce you to a phenomenon called “globalization,” a term defined by National Geographic as “how trade and technology have made the world into a more connected and…

Reclaiming Asian American Identity as Anti-Imperialism

During the long 60’s, the term “Asian American” meant something different than it does today. It wasn’t just a demographic category, it denoted a sense of pan-Asian identity that united Asians in both the homelands and America in the struggle against racism, colonialism, and imperialism. But it also united us with other oppressed communities within the United States.