The Asian American Christian Blogroll has been updated! There are now 70 blogs on the blogroll, and we’re looking for more! Please let us know if you or someone you know has a blog that would fit our list. Inspired by Fred Clark’s Bonfire, Quilt and Mosaic projects, we’ve compiled
Posted on July 14, 2013 by Hsu Huan-Zung | Leave a comment | Edit Kim Bok-Dong. Photo Credit: Wiesenthal Center On Monday, July 29th, the Simon Wiesenthal Center is hosting human rights activist, Kim Bok-Dong at the Museum of Tolerance. The 87-year-old Kim is one of the few surviving Korean “comfort women”:
Rev. Daniel Cho. Photo Credit: UMC United Methodist Minister Daniel Cho responds to the tragic Asiana Airlines crash in San Francisco. Speaking as a Korean American, Rev. Cho expresses the shared hurt that some Koreans and Korean Americans are experiencing in the wake of this
SANACS Journal Issue #4 is now available in PDF! Cost is $9. Purchase HERE.
KorAm Journal reports on KFAM’s Domestic Violence Conference Domestic Violence has long been a scourge of the Korean American community. KorAm Journal reports that 80% of all Asian domestic violence cases in Los Angeles involve Korean Americans. Also, in a 2000 study, Shimtuh found 42% of those surveyed
Things happen to us. These things make us who we are today. And things have happened before we were born, in our parents’ lives and our grandparents’ lives. Stuff maybe no one even remembers, and yet also making us who we are today. Dr. Miyoung
The long anticipated SANACS Journal 2012-2013 is now available in trade paperback for order HERE. Available now for 19.00USD. This issue features articles from Asian American Equipping Symposia II & III. AAES II: “The Lost Coin” Esther Chung Kim – “Traditioning” Both Ways: Re-Interpreting Christianity for
ISAAC’s AARMS (Asian American Artists Relations and Movements) debuted on May 4, 2013 with a screening of We Live In Public. Complete with cocktail service and vintage Latin dance intermissions, the event emerged out of a perfect Southern California spring evening in Young Lee Hertig’s