Esther Kim on Afro-Asian solidarity, Eddie Huang, and how a fistful of rice fuelled a democracy
A conversation with Esther Kim.
Esther Kim is a writer and editor of the Asian American Writers' Workshop's Transpacific Literary Project. We discuss the stickiness of the "Asian-American" genre, Eddie Huang and appropriation, how a fistful of rice created a democracy, and our duties as Asian-American writers. Michael Pollan, The Sickness in Our Food Supply Ishay Govender-Ypma, Navigating the use of a knife and a fork at the dinner table.
Photo Courtesy of Joe Liew.
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