In Beyond The Chinese Connection, Crystal S.
Anderson explores the cultural and political exchanges between
African Americans, Asian Americans, and Asians over the last four
decades. To do so, Anderson examines such cultural productions as
novels (Frank Chin's Gunga Din Highway , Ishmael
Reed's Japanese By Spring , and Paul Beatty's
The White Boy Shuffle ); films (Rush Hour 2
, Unleashed , and The Matrix trilogy
[1999-2003],) and Japanese animation (Samurai Champloo
), all of which feature cross-cultural conversations. In
exploring the ways in which writers and artists use this
transferral, Anderson traces and tests the limits of how Afro-Asian
cultural production interrogates conceptions of race, ethnic
identity, politics, and transnational exchange.
Enter the Dragon
The Big Boss
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