Saturday 26th February, 2011
3:00pm to 4:00pm
While some bloggers will cover Asian Americana from A to Z, others choose to concentrate on a particular niche, interest, or theme. From food to fatherhood, erotica to living Lao’d, many Asian American bloggers are converging online around targeted topics. How does the blogosphere build community around a distinct yet shared passion or issue? Do bloggers feel compelled to highlight or de-emphasize their “Asian American experience”? How do bloggers stand out when writing about a popular subject, such as food or parenting? This panel will explore these questions, as well as how bloggers’ identities – ethnic and otherwise — may or may not intersect with and influence their perspectives on specific topics.
Read my full bio titled, I Love Yous Are For White People - a memoir (HarperCollins, 2009) bio from Twitter
Food Writer. Marketing Writer. Author. Founded LA's 1st Filipino Food Truck: The Manila Machine. Currently writing Filipino cookbook to be released early 2013. bio from Twitter
writer. blogger. dad. Because it's not babysitting--it's parenting. Also at Rice Daddies & Daddy Dialectic. bio from Twitter
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