Hyphens (Poem)

July 6, 2017 0

BY KIMBERLY ZIN This piece was published in the 27th print volume of the Asian American Policy Review. Hyphens, you were always taught to use To join different words and smush them together Into new adjectives bound by commitment forever So […]

Wealth Heterogeneity Among Asian American Elderly

June 26, 2017 0

BY PAUL M ONG, CHHANDARA PECH, AND ALYCIA CHENG [1] This piece was published in the 27th print volume of the Asian American Policy Review. Abstract This paper examines wealth distribution and ethnically structured inequality among Asian American elderly. This paper uses […]

Asian American Lobbying: Past, Present, and Future

June 22, 2017 0

BY CLARIS CHANG This piece was published in the 27th print volume of the Asian American Policy Review. Despite its dubious reputation, lobbying has evolved into a platform for minority interest groups to voice their concerns. By leveraging this “fourth branch […]

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