My daughter and I just spent two days in Honolulu going to museums and eating Asian food. We go to the Bishop Museum one day and the Honolulu Museum of Art the next. We drive past Iolani Palace, the King Kamehameha statue, and the old Chinatown. We eat Japanese and Korean pastries, dim sum, Japanese sandos, Korean tacos, Singaporean laksa, and Eggs Benedict and Spam.
We have a great time and never even make it to the beach.
Asian American Writer, Editor, Speaker, Activist, "Adventures in Multicultural Living," "Multicultural Toolbox," "Remembering Vincent Chin,"
Friday, August 12, 2022
1990 Institute Newsletter Vol 2 Issue 16 How can education and data help us make connections across cultures and history?
My essay and curated news section for 1990 Institute Newsletter Vol 2 Issue 16 which asks How can education and data help us make connections across cultures and history?
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