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As an Asian American, I rarely get to see reflections of myself in popular media. When I'm lucky enough to spot a face similar to mine in a movie or a magazine, they're often relegated to stereotypical characterizations like the mathlete or the martial artist. However, two fashion insiders are working hard to change that with a new magazine called Banana that highlights the duality of experience that comes with being of Asian descent and growing up in America.
Josephine M. The weekend before classes began inthe two decided to attend a freshman minority student orientation banquet held in the Radcliffe Quadrangle. The menu featured tacos, ribs, and fried chicken, but Lok and Wong were unable to try any.
The need for people to keep abreast with what is happening in the world, especially within areas that they feel is relevant for them, has resulted in a lot of demand for magazines of various types. In fact, every niche audience in the world boasts of magazines devoted solely to it. Prime examples of this include Asian magazines and Asian American magazines. There are numerous types of magazines catering to the Asian audience.
KoreAm was a monthly print magazine dedicated to news, commentary, politics, lifestyle and culture published in the United States. It was the oldest and most widely circulated English - language monthly magazine for the Asian American community. The magazine has featured prominent Asian American leaders, politicians, artists, entertainers, athletes and entrepreneurs.
There are plans to expand Burdock by launching a podcast as well as expanding the online platform, but Lee stresses the importance of being a physically published product. Having grown up in an immigrant family in Toronto, Lee draws on personal experience as he explains how essential representation can be for young people. There are small signs that representation in Hollywood is at least starting to shift.
Diversity is something we lack in every aspect of media—from silver screens to the big screen, and even in the stories told through books, magazines, and the Internet. As we've established in the past few years, representation is important. But what's more important than seeing different faces and skin colors, is being able to see and read a multiplicity of narratives.
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