Main Stacks 4th floor LC Amy Tan's "Mother Tongue" and Beyond. Along with Cambodian and Laotian immigrants, these refugees formed the largest short-term immigration of people ever to the United States. Local TV Productions Programs about our local community. Asia For Kids provides easy access to books, videos and other resource materials of Asian Pacific American interests, which are still ignored by most publishers, manufacturers and retail outlets today. View this page in a format suitable for printers and screen-readers or mobile devices.
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Connect with the Library All ways to connect. To place credit card orders by phone, call toll-free Asian Pacific American population grew from about 1 million to over Turn off more accessible mode. On many occasions Congress will pass a law specifically requesting the President to take certain action such as proclaiming the recognition of a particular group of citizens as Jewish or Hispanic Americans.
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By uniting our voices, we can raise issues and tell stories that elevate the AAPI community. Craft and Folk Art Museum. Enjoy hula, Tahitian drumming, Hawaiian games, and artisans demonstrating traditional weaving. At the same time, due to rising Asian economic powers and technology advances, lessons in Asian American marketing have implications in global marketing. The National Archives holds a wealth of material documenting the Asian and Pacific Islanders experience, and highlights these resources online, in programs, and through traditional and social media. City Club of Washington.
A Brief Guide to Misty Poets The Misty Poets, a generation of poets who flourished in China from the spring of until the massacre in Tiananmen Square in , were known for their use of obscure and hermetic images and metaphors and their emphasis on subjective experience. See event listings at www. On many occasions Congress will pass a law specifically requesting the President to take certain action such as proclaiming the recognition of a particular group of citizens as Jewish or Hispanic Americans. The first 10 days of May were chosen for the following two historical events: By uniting our voices, we can raise issues and tell stories that elevate the AAPI community.