Two essays about experiencing American holidays through the lens of immigrant families. Each of us has different stories of trying to figure out American holiday traditions, but we’ve also tried to build our own.
Dorothy Chan is a junior at a high school in Brooklyn. Fascinated and inspired by the world around her, she seeks to explore her curiosities while educating herself on intersectional socio-political issues. Through her writing, she aims to amplify her voice along with those from underrepresented communities.
Since 2020, Asian Americans have faced two, intertwining monsters: the COVID-19 pandemic and racism.
a state of being pleasantly lost in one’s thoughts; a daydream.