A heavy metal band seeks to counter state imagery and bring issues of waste management and pollution to the general public.
SEAA Highlights from the 2022 Business Meeting
Society for East Asian AnthropologyJieun Cho and Aaron SuDecember 1, 2022 SEAA members gathered virtually on November 19 for the annual Business Meeting, where the Board and section members reviewed activities throughout 2022, announced new positions, and awarded book and media prizes. Fancis L.K. Hsu Book Prize Committee Members: Jennifer Prough (chair), Yi Wu, Lyle Fearnley, […]
In Memoriam of David Plath (1930-2022)
The below prose was offered by Christine Yano on November 19th as part of the annual SEAA business meeting online to honor the work and the life of our dear colleague. — It is with deep sadness and gratitude that I offer these few words in memory of David Plath who served as mentor, friend, […]
Baby Milk and Boundary Transgressions at the Hong Kong-Mainland China Interface
The movement of and controversy around items as common as baby formula powder tell a story about the changing political relationship between Hong Kong and mainland China.
Crafting Solidarity after the Sewol Disaster
For the bereaved of Sewol and activists in solidarity, the yellow ribbon is a powerful index of remembrance, political dissent, and community making.
A Flavor of Human Feeling in Beijing
Aging residents of a Beijing neighborhood give new value to old and used household objects, creating a community space rich with a feeling of belonging in an ever-changing city.