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Now accepting story submissions from mixed Koreans for the anthology!
Koreans & Camptowns: Photo Essay by Dayna Choi Fischer
Camptowns in South Korea have serviced American soldiers since the Korean War.
Koreans & Camptowns: Reflections of a Mixed-Race Korean
This past September in Berkeley, California, I opened the doors to the David Brower Center, slightly nervous and excited...
How the Truth Can Hurt — or Heal
I attended the “Koreans and Camptowns” conference in Berkeley, Calif. last month...
A few months before my son’s due date, I called my mother to ask her to help us out with our baby.
My Korean American Story: Jacquelyn Chappel
Growing up, my mother did not teach my sister and me about Korea.
My Week at Camp Sejong
As the teen and young adult male counselors danced to and lip synched the Kpop group 2PM’s hit “Again and Again,"...
Where is Home
My grandmother was born in a year of famine, a hunger she never knew.
In popular culture, Asian Americans always seemed concerned with building bridges
One of These Things Is Not Like the Other
I have been obsessed with the 2009 K-drama Boys Over Flowers.