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Tiger Mom Amy Chua: Is She in a Race to Nowhere? (or I.Q. without Emotional Intelligence = Tweaky)

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I had posted on my parenting blog, PragmaticMom: Education Matters, about A Race to Nowhere and on my reaction to Amy Chua/TigerMom/Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior, when I realized that these two hot buttons are actually very similar. Amy Chua’s extreme parenting style, a.k.a. Tiger Mom, is a result of her own lack of emotional …

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Eyes, Eyes, Eyes Plastic Surgery… Racial Self Hatred or Globalization Image of Beauty? And Asian Trophy Wives. Two Sides of the Coin?

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Why is a pretty face a Western one for this 12-year-old Korean girl? Is this the result of globalization for Asians in China and Korea? Apparently plastic surgery for girls to look more Caucasian is quite common and accepted. Eyes, nose, teeth and even  snipping a muscle under the tongue for toddlers so clearer enunciation is …

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Tiger Children: Getting into College Even Harder Because Asian Kids are So Damn Qualified

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Read up on the plethora of programs available from University of Phoenix online at DegreeScout.com. When I went to Harvard a million years ago, or in the late 1980’s, my incoming class was about 9% Asian. At the time, I believe the U.S. population was about 4% Asian. I vaguely remember thinking that Harvard, while …

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The House of Suh: An Award Winning Movie of the True Story of an Asian American Dream Gone Terribly Awry…

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The House of Suh: A Good Son is Committed for Life Yoon Myung and Tai Sook Suh immigrated to America for a better life for their children, Andrew and Catherine. But their pursuit of happiness quickly became riddled with misfortune, culminating on September 25, 1993, when Andrew shot and killed his older sister’s fiancé of …

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Best Asian American Children’s Authors & Illustrators

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There is the Pura Belpre Award, established in 1996, and presented to a Latino/Latina writer and illustrator whose work best portrays, affirms, and celebrates the Latino cultural experience in an outstanding work of literature for children and youth. And the Coretta Scott King Book Awards which honor new African American authors and illustrators with less than three …

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