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Sustainable Communities for Whom: Cultural Tactics in the Pursuit of Ecological Sustainability


This piece was published in the 28th print volume of the Asian American Policy Review. “Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”– Brundtland Report (1987), United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development “Social sustainability concerns how individuals, communities […]

No Place Like Home: Racial Capitalism, Gentrification, and the Identity of Chinatown


This piece was published in the 27th print volume of the Asian American Policy Review. The forces of gentrification have reached the gates of Chinatowns. Across America, upscale property developments threaten to encroach on venerable ethnic enclaves that happen to sit on very valuable real estate. While Chinatown gentrification in some ways repeats a pattern played […]

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