Jung's story of growing up in Macon, Georgia, is not entirely unique as Asians and Asian Americans have called the South their home since Reconstruction when the first Chinese immigrants arrived in Mississippi and Louisiana. [...] recently, their narratives have been overlooked primarily due to the concentration of study on the region's bi-racial, that is African American and white, social system.
Growing Up in the Margins: Asian American Children in the Literature of the N... Frank Cha Southern Quarterly;
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