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Interview with artist Lori Kay

Lori Kay, War Baby/Love Child exhibit

Lori Kay, War Baby/Love Child exhibit

The fourth in our series of interviews with artists from the War Baby/Love Child: Mixed Race Asian American Art, currently on display at the Wing Luke Museum. Click below the picture to hear the short podcast with Kip Fulbeck.

— Edited by Bailee Martin

Interview with Kip Fulbeck

Interview with Richard Lou

Interview with Gina Osterloh

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Interview with artist Kip Fulbeck

The third in our series of interviews with artists from the War Baby/Love Child: Mixed Race Asian American Art, currently on display at the Wing Luke Museum. Click below the picture to hear the short podcast with Kip Fulbeck.

Image by Kip Fulbeck from The Hapa Project

Image by Kip Fulbeck from The Hapa Project

— Edited by Kendal Feider

Interview with Richard Lou

Interview with Gina Osterloh

Interview with Artist Richard Lou

The second in our series of interviews with artists from the War Baby/Love Child: Mixed Race Asian American Art, currently on display at the Wing Luke Museum. Click below the picture to hear the short podcast with Richard Lou.

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https://soundcloud.com/com495/november-11-2013-richard-lou-1

— Edited by Seo Song

Interview with Gina Osterloh

Interview with Gina Osterloh

After visiting the “War Baby Love Child” exhibit of mixed race Asian American art at the Wing Luke Museum, we interviewed several of the artists.

This first podcast is an interview with Gina Osterloh. Keep checking back for more interviews.

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Rapture (Somewhere Tropical)
2006
light jet (digital c-print)
36″ x 40″ inches
courtesy of the artist, François Ghebaly, & Silverlens Galleries

Edited by Shu-Ning Liu

White Privilege and Racism are Alive in Asia

    “I find it weird to be discriminated against for being Asian, while I’m in Asia,” Lee said. Recently, Mike Lee got rejected when he applied to be an English instructor in China while Will Evans, a Canadian, got this job. The only reason for Lee’s job rejection turned out to be Lee looks too Asian.

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   It is not a secret that recruiters in China evaluate candidates for English instructors only based on their skin color. They don’t care about your English fluency or academic credentials as long as you are white enough because Asian parents believe white people can speak better English. Still can’t find a job in America? Being white can definitely get you a job in China. This news reveals a fact that white privilege and racism are alive outside the U.S., even in Asia.

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