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- Tags: Exhibits
Working and living in the Chinatown international district of Seattle, Blake Nakatsu, a Japanese American exhibit developer and YouthCAN manager at the Wing Luke Museum describes the impacts of COVID-19 on his life, society, and to the CID…
photographer/journalist who documented empty streets in early days of pandemic, mask stigma, intergenerational immigrant businesses. Also talks about her son's experience of anti-Asian covid-related bullying and the school's (mostly positive)…
Tags: Asian, Asian American, Association, Business, Canada, Chinese, Chinese American, Exhibits, Family Life, Filipino American, Film, Foodways, Health, History, Hmong, Identity, Immigration, Japan, Military, Pacific Islander, Photography, Politics, Racial Discrimination, Restaurants, Stereotypes, Women
Vietnamese American who traveled to visit her dying father in Vietnam just as quarantine was imposed on foreign travelers. 2 week quarantine meant she missed seeing her dad before he died, missed his funeral.
Tags: Asian, Asian American, Chinese, Cultural, Exhibits, Family Life, Foodways, Funerals, Immigration, International District, Japan, Language, Military, Movement, Photography, Racial Discriminations, Restaurants, Southeast Asian, Vietnamese, Vietnamese American, Wing Luke, Wing Luke Asian Museum, Women
Mixed race Korean American bus driver, writer, photographer/filmmaker talks about experiences as front-line transit worker during covid, concerns about catching virus, effect of pandemic on passengers, inequities deepened, treating everyone with…
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