identity

not easy being Asian American

2 videos that give a glimpse of what it feels like to be an Asian American, dealing with racism [via Eugene Cho’s blog], identity [via ISAAC blog], and more: The first video, Silent Racism, was produced as a part of the 2006 Faith and Race class at Quest Church (Seattle) processing issues of race, racism, […]

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youth marketing insights

This recent marketing research piece is making the rounds, originally from SnapDragon Consultants: Ten Things Every Brand Should Know About Asian American Youth [ht: Docuticker, MediaPost’s Asian-American Youth Seek Edgier Image, Hyphen] What are the implications for better reaching and engaging Asian American youth with the Gospel? Many Asian-American youth feel excluded and misunderstood by […]

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seminars on Asian American youth

Note these 2 upcoming seminars that unpack the issues of serving and ministering to Asian American youth, one in New York City, one in the Los Angeles area. Bridging the Gap for Asian American Youth Ministry Presented by Wendy Chou, Youth Director of Monmouth Chinese Christian Church (MCCC), Middletown, NJ. Wendy has been involved in […]

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Are you a Taiwanese American Christian?

Sophia Lin Ott is researching about the identity on Taiwanese American Protestant Christians for her dissertation (California School of Professional Psychology in San Francisco). Please participate in the anonymous online survey if you answer “yes” to these four criteria: Are you 18 years old or older? Are both your parents Taiwanese? Were you born in […]

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Answering God’s call and honoring parents

Originally published in the Urbana Today Daily Paper, December 31 edition (PDF) Answering God’s call and honoring parents By Mary Chou Even though Susan Hong’s parents are Christians, schoolwork always came before church. “I feel that to our parents, spiritual life is important as long as we’re doing well in school,” said Hong, a UCLA […]

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review for Conversations

Thanks to David Park for finding this 1st book review for L2 Foundation’s CONVERSATIONS: Asian American Evangelical Theologies in Formation from a Xanga blogger in his post titled, “read this book“: Yea. the book is…. Brilliant. Two chapters I would double recommend would be: Identity Formation in the Second-Generation Korean American Church – Peter Cha […]

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leadership and legacy for Asian Americans

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L2 Foundation (“L-Squared”) is a private foundation that seeks to develop the leadership and legacy of Asian Americans by providing support and resources.

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