Volume 17 (2007-08)

Special Issue on Looking Forward through the Past: Defining Future Challenges in Asian American Policy


Korean Americans Suffer Over Fifty Years of Family Separation: An Interview with Tong Chu Han, a U.S. Citizen with North Korean Roots
by Gloria Jin Kim

Ham Tran Discusses His Film Journey from the Fall and Provides Perspective on the Vietnamese American Experience
by Jimmy Tran

On Political Empowerment: From the Refugee Camp to the White House, an Interview with Former UN Ambassador Sichan Siv
by Christina Hu

On the Record: Conversations with White House Correspondent Ed Chen
by Sareena Dalla

The Cambodian-American Repatriation Agreement: An Interview with Director David Grabias and Film Review of Sentenced Home
by Myron Santos


Examining Longer-Term Teacher Effects on Asian American Student Achievement: A National Study
by Meechai Orsuwan and Mun Sim Lai

Discrimination Against Asian American Business Enterprises: The Continuing Need for Affirmative Action in Public Contracting
by Myron Dean Quon

Asian American Immigrants as the New Electorate: Exploring Turnout and Registration of a Growing Community
by Louis DeSipio, Natalie Masuoka, and Christopher Stout

Do College-Educated, Native-Born Asian Americans Face a Glass Ceiling in Obtaining Managerial Authority?
by Isao Takei and Arthur Sakamoto


Exploring the Divide Between APA History and Storytelling: A Film Review of Journey From the Fall
by Jimmy Tran

A Political Powerhouse in Search of a Home
by Wendy K. Tam Cho and James G. Gimpel



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