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BY LORA LIU AND MAY ZENG Photos by May Zeng Trigger Warning: This article contains the use of a racial slur as quoted in some of the exhibit pieces and brief mention of violence. On January 18, an exhibit titled ...

In a sea of Southeast Asians on campus, I am a minority. I am underrepresented. I am Laotian. Oftentimes, people misidentify me as Vietnamese. While I do not find that to be an insult, it functions as a reminder that ...

Ashley Beteta was always interested in Korean culture. In high school, she started a Korean culture club. She would research facts about Korea and present them to her classmates at weekly meetings. When she came to UCLA, she decided to ...

On January 16, 2017, the Vietnamese Student Union at UCLA presented their 37th Annual Vietnamese Culture Night, “The Things She Carries”, a drama about the overwhelming burdens that Vietnamese women carry for their families, while simultaneously being targets of misogynistic ...

On November 4, UCLA’s Hanoolim: Korean Cultural Awareness Group hosted an evening screening of Yoon Je-kyoon’s 2014 film 국제시장 (Ode to My Father) at Northwest Auditorium on the Hill.

Dear My Immigrant Parents, I want to start by asking you both a question. What was it like moving to a country where you would start off with a clean slate, from your social circles to your education, and even ...

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