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Julie describes her past two trips to Korea as she prepares to go on her third.
Needing You To Need Me
"What is this need inside of me to be the fixer?"
"There are parts of my identity that are easily visible. I am a woman, I am Asian."
Messages: On Being an Asian Woman in America
As a Korean girl growing up in white suburbia with a white family, the most immediate message that came to mind for me was that Asian women were not attractive.
Epik High: Two Grown Adoptees at a Kpop Concert
Julie goes to an Epik High concert with friend and fellow adoptee Joy.
My Korean American Story: Lili Kim
What’s the worst part about living with a parent who has Alzheimer’s?
Adoptee Voices Reading Video Collection: September 2015
Videos recorded of the speakers presenting at the Korean American Adoptee Voices Book Reading
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...