In fifth grade, I was walking up the stairs when a kid stopped me and said, "Elizabeth Chan? I thought you moved back to China! Two weeks ago, my best friend Heather, who happens to be Chinese, was walking around the gym at the pep rally, and a kid she has never met said, "Move, chink. During a Socratic seminar, the student moderating the discussion that day called me Heather. This happened twice that year with the same person.
'What Kind of Asian Are You?' Answered in Hilarious Video | Colorlines
In the last lesson, students looked at different factors that can shape our identities. In this lesson, students will explore more deeply one particular influence on our identities: the assumptions others make about each of us and the labels they use to describe us. Throughout our lives, people attach labels to us, and those labels reflect and affect how others think about our identities as well as how we think about ourselves. Labels are not always negative; they can reflect positive characteristics, set useful expectations, and provide meaningful goals in our lives.
'What Kind of Asian Are You?' Answered in Hilarious Video
If you've ever perused the noodle aisle at an Asian supermarket, you know the variety can be dizzying for home cooks who aren't familiar with the many types. And it's one thing to follow a recipe—simply buy and use whatever noodle the recipe calls for. But what if you're looking to experiment and branch out a little? In that case, you'll want to know a little more about what each type of noodle is all about.
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