This is a 2011 interview with Donna Miscolta, author of “When the de la Cruz Family Danced,” a recently published novel about immigration from the Philippines and life in Southern California.
This is an interview with a Korean feminist, followed by comments by expat executives on the situation of women in their Korean companies.
A Korean-speaking U.S. serviceman who worked with the Korean military and an English-speaking Korean serviceman who worked with the American military discuss cultural differences on the U.S. Army post in Yongsan.
An airman in the U.S. Air Force, who is also fluent in Korean, talks about being stationed in Korea, cultural differences and Korean attitudes toward “un-Koreans.”
A gay Amerasian man, son of a Korean mother and a white American father, talks about his interaction with his Korean relatives and others in Seoul.
The daughter of a Korean mother and an African-American father talks about her experience with discrimination both in South Korea and in the United States, as well as her personal solutions.