Drawing from the following four sources, you will engage in the analysis of the centrality of wars in contemporary Asian America

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Drawing from the following four sources, you will engage in the analysis of the centrality of wars in contemporary Asian America

1. Kim Park Nelson, “Mapping Multiple Histories of Korean American Transnational Adoption,”U.S.-Korea Institute at SAIS (January 2009).

2. Deann Borshay Liem’s Film: In the Matter of Cha Jung Hee (2010).

3. Chia Youyee Vang, Hmong in Minnesota (2008).

4. Andrew Lam, Perfume Dreams (2005).
Specifically, you are asked to explore the experiences of Korean adoptees, Hmong Minnesotans, and Vietnamese Americans. All of these texts tell “stories” to mark their presences and histories known, and particularly notable in the way that these texts construct the narrative of Asian American experience is the important role that wars (the Korean and Vietnam Wars) have played in shaping their lives, identities, and communities – their sense of self and place.
QUESTION:

Evaluate these groups’ experiences, not in isolation but comparatively, and respond to the following question: How do wars continue to inform the manner in which these groups organize and imagine their experiences and identities? In other words, how do wars shape their thinking and vision of community? Do wars help shape the coherent vision of community, or do wars “haunt” these groups and perpetuate their sense of incongruence and irresolution?

The answer to the above question is your thesis statement, and you are REQUIRED to incorporate ALL FOUR TEXTS to develop your analysis.

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