Empathy is a lifelong process. Anyone who knows me knows I’m an outspoken feminist. But once upon a time, I scratched my head and questioned why we needed feminism. “Shouldn’t […]
Rediscovering Your Cultural Identity Is Possible Like many other children of immigrants growing up in a white-centric community, I tried to hide my identity most of my formative years. Whenever […]
“So, I lived abroad in China,” my date said. It was somewhat of a non sequitur from the conversation. “Oh, okay. Cool,” I replied. He proceeded to give me a […]
Existing In Between: Essays on Love, Trauma, Identity, Race and Intersectional Feminism CHAPTERS (1) Stranger Danger (Prologue) (2) My Life Is A Sitcom (3) One Love: Liberation Co-opted (4) […]
In the production of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton that’s currently touring the country, George Washington is Korean and Alexander Hamilton is half Japanese. There weren’t many Asians in America during the time the play […]
Belinda Cai is featured in this AJ+ video.