The book Yellow Peril: An Archive of Anti-Asian Fear uses visuals, documents, and essays to explore the deep historical origins of Asian paranoia in the United States. Author John Kuo Wei Tchen, will be at the Chinese American Museum in Los Angeles this Saturday, November 8 to talk about his book. Here's more info:
Yellow Peril! An Archive of Anti-Asian Fear
Book Talk with John Kuo Wei Tchen
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8 | 3PM
CHINESE AMERICAN MUSEUM
425 N. LOS ANGELES ST. | LOS ANGELES 90012
Free admission: to reserve a seat, email email@example.com
Linking and bringing together visuals, documents, and essays, Yellow Peril! An Archive of Anti-Asian Fear! (Verso) probes the deep historical origins of anti-Asian paranoia in US, Anglo-settler, and the formation of Europe itself.
The discussion with explore visuals, documents, and essays that depicted view of xenophobia and anti-Asian sentiment throughout history.
The event is free, but you should reserve a seat by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. For further details, refer to the Facebook event. For more information about the Chinese American Museum, visit camla.org.