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Art and Performance , American Studies , Cultural Criticism , Minnesota and the Upper Midwest In search of contemporary Asian America, celebrated photographer Wing Young Huie—the only member of his family not born in China—traveled with his wife, Tara, through nearly forty states to explore and document the funny, touching, and sometimes strange intersection of Asian American and American cultures. Looking for Asian America illustrates their rich and surprising journey across the United States. Taken together the photographs reveal a complex portrait of the U. Accompanied by the personal reflections of both Wing and Tara Huie, the nearly one hundred spectacular photographs tell a story that both mirrors and contradicts stereotypes of Asian Americans, ultimately questioning what it means to be ethnic and American in the twenty-first century. He is the author of Frogtown:
You are my favorite Helena. Watching you get jackhammered in your perfect asshole and listening to the beautiful sounds you make while you take it. I love it. I love your every scene. If you came to my city, your body would be heavily, but gently worshipped.