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Rachel, who's an Asian

“A large part of my aversion to Asian dramas came from generally wanting nothing to do with any kind of Asian culture. Growing up in America, there was always a xenophobic undercurrent to products from my culture: Asian things were weird.”

“A large part of my aversion to Asian dramas came from generally wanting nothing to do with any kind of Asian culture. Growing up in America, there was always a xenophobic undercurrent to products from my culture: Asian things were weird.”


How Disney’s “Mulan” (2020) fell short of both Western and Eastern audiences’ expectations

The live-action remake of “Mulan” tries to incorporate many new elements with good intentions, but ultimately, the movie is poorly executed. It doesn’t work as a film that elicits nostalgia, it doesn’t work as a historical drama that explores Chinese culture, and it doesn’t even work well as a standalone film considered completely separate from the original. 


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73 Questions With Princeton Student and YouTuber Justin Chae

Justin Chae is a junior in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering department who produces YouTube videos about his life and college experience. Join us for a walk around campus as we get to know Justin through a Vogue-style 73 Questions interview. He discusses his favorite places to eat on campus, where he sees himself in 20 years, his extracurricular activities, and more. 

NEWS | 12/05/2021

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