下面的讲座视频是由AAARI的第一位CUNY以 Thomas Tam命名的讲座访问教授，来自加州大学洛杉矶分校的Paul Ong博士在纽约市立大学研究生中心教授的一个新的研究生水平的课程----Critical Asian American Issues和Actionable Solutions的一部分。 对于这次演讲，Corky Lee将展示他的二十四张照片，并讨论他们对纽约市亚裔美国人社区的文化和历史意义。
Corky Lee has captured images of some of the most vivid and defining moments in APA history. His photo of a Chinese-American man bleeding from the forehead and being hauled away by the police wound up on the front page of The New York Post. It inspired 20,000 Chinese Americans in New York to protest police brutality in 1975.
Dorothea Lange. Manzanar, California. 7/2/42.
Grandfather and grandson of Japanese ancestry at this War Relocation Authority center.
[Hazel Ying] Lee, on the right in the 1932 photo.
Mother and daughter in a garment factory.
1879 AH LUM / QUONG GEE KEE / "CHINA MARY" / TOMBSTONE'S CAN CAN
Berkeley College Celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
1000+ images about Chinese in America on Pinterest | Central pacific railroad, Nightclub and Eric shinseki
Sineng Pambansa Filipino film fest, the photography of Corky Lee, Chinese Opera performances, new play readings, and more.
Juxtapoz Magazine - "Whose Streets? Our Streets!: New York
Lin Yutang (October 10, 1895 – March 26, 1976) was a Chinese writer and inventor. His informal but polished style in both Chinese and English made him one of the most influential writers of his generation, and his compilations and translations of classic Chinese texts into English were bestsellers in the West.
For those of you who know me well enough, you'll know that a great deal of my worldview, my 'theology', my spirituality if you will, hinges ...“There is something in the nature of tea that leads us into a world of quiet contemplation of life.” Yutang LinMichael Savage on enjoying life and about Lin Yutang's book "The Importa...How I love to sit back and play my course boys have to be napping ;)Lin Yutang - "If you can spend a perfectly useless afternoon ..."From "The Savage Nation" (Friday, November 2012 edition)Lin Yutang - Chinese American Author - China cultureI have a feeling this is much deeper than we think!The Woven: Life Immortal?
Liou Seng-Sen and Liou Tang-Sen with their father in 1905. In 1902, the Liou twins traveled to the United States with their father to join the Barnum Circus – but not before being portrayed as ‘Korean’ to circumvent a ban on Chinese immigration and general anti-Chinese feeling.
SHIPYARD WORKER LONNIE YOUNG DURING WWII The demands of wartime production enabled Chinese Americans to move into the American workforce in large numbers. For the first time Chinese American women took on jobs as welders, riveters, burners and flangers. Courtesy of Connie Young Yu
"A Proud Father". San Francisco's Chinatown: California Historical Society Date 1895-1906 Source San Francisco Chinatown (1895-1906): Arnold Genthe -- Photos No. 4 (Children with Parents/Guardians) Author Arnold Genthe (*1869, †1942)
YALE'S FIRST CHINESE GRADUATE Yung Wing and two others traveled from Macao to Connecticut to be trained as missionaries. Yung Wing became the first Chinese man to graduate from Yale University as part of the Class of 1854. Credit: Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford, CT
Hong Neok Woo - Asian American soldier, who fought in the civil war. HISTORY of the Asian Pacific American Communities
Defending Mixed Marriages 异族通婚. 有何不可 Against a chorus of racist warnings about the perils of miscegenation, a few voices spoke up in defense of Chinese-white intermarriage. One such voice was that of the great Wu Ting Fang, Chinese Minister [Ambassador] to the U.S.