Celebrated photographer Wing Young Huie traveled with his wife, Tara, through the U.S. to explore and document the funny, touching, and sometimes strange intersection of Asian American and American cultures. Accompanied by personal reflections, the spectacular photographs tell a story that both mirrors and contradicts stereotypes of Asian Americans, ultimately questioning what it means to be ethnic and American in the twenty-first century.
Subjects: Art & Art History
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