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Bananas, Twinkies, Coconuts & a lot more: The rainbow of the AAPI blogosphere

A session at BANANA 2

Saturday 26th February, 2011

10:00am to 11:00am (PST)

The Asian American blogosphere (as represented in the richness of Banana’s panels) covers a lot of ground, from the political to the whimsical, from foodies to Asian pop fanatics to bloggers that focus on specific communities. AAPI blogs can be about the Asian experience or exclusively about the Asian American experience. There are even blogs by Asian Americans that have nothing to do with Asian American culture, values or identity. What does it mean to be an Asian American blogger?

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Hapa Voice

HapaVoice.com: A celebration of multiracial identity. bio from Twitter

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Emil Guillermo
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suzie

foodie, blogger, and constant traveler bio from Twitter

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absolutelyfobulous

A blog dedicated to embracing all things fobby by Emily, Suzie and Amy bio from Twitter

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Gil Asakawa

Writer, journalist, editor, blogger, teacher, expert on online content, social media & SEO, author & speaker on Asian American topics. bio from Twitter

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Emily

Social media enthusiast and journalist. Can sing karaoke with the best of them. bio from Twitter

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Daigo Fujiwara

Baseball #DataVis geek from Japan. Boston since '92 ♥ #RedSox. Founder @BaseballHackDay. Newsroom Developer @WBUR. Formerly @HarvardBiz & @BostonGlobe. Gay dad. bio from Twitter

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Time 10:00am11:00am PST

Date Sat 26th February 2011

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Official event site

www.banana-2.com

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