Two Languages/One Community
Two Languages / One Community is rooted in the use of writing and translation as a way to exchange culture and experience where such exchange is rare. We wanted to replicate our exchange and learning in community settings where African Americans and Chinese speakers lived side by side, yet had little cultural interaction. We believe that such an exchange invokes storytelling that facilitates engagement, understanding, bonding, and mutual support between communities.
- The Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE)
- The National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA)
- Chinese Cultural Center of San Francisco (CCC)
- Oakland Asian Cultural Center (OACC)
- Primary Source