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| 2012-08-28 | Projekt NewSpeak
HIBAKUSHA: Through the Lens of Filmmaker Steve Nguyen
The Mexi-Asian Perspective: A Mexican’s Guide to All Things Latin, Asian, or Both by David A. Romero I recently watched that classic of the French New Wave, Alain Resnais’ Hiroshima mon amour, for the first time. It is strange to watch an old film, chronicling an older event, and feel such a compelling and terrifying sense ...
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| 2012-08-27 | Projekt NewSpeak
Gabriela Fresquez: Journalist of a LatiNation
The Mexi-Asian Perspective: A Mexican’s Guide to All Things Latin, Asian, or Both by David A. Romero Sometimes it’s hard being a journalist. Especially when you’re juggling the most serious of topics with what could essentially be considered “fluff” pieces (I can assure you, dear readers, that you receive only the most hard-hitting journalism ...
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| 2012-06-25 | Projekt NewSpeak
Mark Maza of forWord reviews David A. Romero’s Fuzhou
What happens when the editor of Projekt NewSpeak’s The Mexi-Asian Perspective, David A. Romero, writes a book of poetry about his time in Fuzhou, China? What happens when Mark Maza of the APIA poetry group forWord reviews it? What happens when I shut up and let you read the review? Enjoy!   Fuzhou is a collection of ...
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| 2012-03-24 | Projekt NewSpeak
Spirit of ¡Duende!: The Work of Jumakae Yodraj
The Mexi-Asian Perspective: A Mexican’s Guide to All Things Latin, Asian, or Both by David A. Romero If I had a dollar for every time I heard the phrase, “We need to reach out to the youth in our community” I would be a billionaire. Many agree with the sentiment but few are willing ...
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