Jasmine's A-Pop Blog

Asian/American Pop Culture Blog



A research log for a major writing assignment — posts in this category will trace the evolving relationship between your “home” and Asian American/Pacific Islander American popular culture.

Resources on Nelson Shin.

Nelson Shin briefly reunified North & South Korea through animation! The movie Empress Chung tells the story referenced in The Forgotten Country and was the first film to be simultaneously released in both Koreas since the DMZ went up! I’m… Continue Reading →

The Tacoma Method meets Fantastic Resistance

I was introduced to the Tacoma Chinese Reconciliation Park this spring. Since coming to Evergreen, I’ve had the delightful privilege of meeting and learning with two awesome faculty members, Pauline Yu and Steven Flusty (both Ph.D). My last class with Steven… Continue Reading →

freewrite: spanish moss in the garden of good & evil

i come from wide thick ancient trunks with roots so strong, they occasionally break through concrete. my coastal city’s skyline competes with a canopy of lush crisscrossing branches & leaves. every tree limb is bearded with a soft gray fuzz,… Continue Reading →

Resources on Asian American Resistance

Article on the Roots: Asian American Movements in Los Angeles 1968–80s exhibit in the Los Angeles Chinese American Museum, posted 1/30/2017 2011 article containing archives of 1970s API American resistance in San Francisco 9/19/2017 article on the intersections of Chicanx and… Continue Reading →

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