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Lee, G. (1991). China boy. Dutton, Penguin Books. This "growing-up-in-urban-America" novel gives some sense of the struggle of a young Chinese boy of aristocratic heritage to find his identity on the rough fighting streets of a black section in San Francisco. The author, the only American-born member of a Shanghai family, is a graduate of West Point and a member of the California State Bar.

Ng, D. (ed.). (1988). Asian Pacific American youth ministry: Planning, helps, programs. Valley Forge, PA: Judson Press.


Nam, Vickie. (2001) YELL-Oh Girls! Emerging Voices Explore Culture, Identity, and Growing Up Asian American. Harper Paperbacks, 336pp. 


Liu, E. (1998). The accidental Asian: Notes of a native speaker. New York: Random House.


Lee, Jennifer and Min Zhou, eds. (2004) Asian American Youth: Culture, Identity and Ethnicity. Routledge, 359pp.


Hong, M. (1995). Growing up as Asian American. Avon Trade Paperbacks.


Han, Arar and John Hsu, eds. (2004) Asian American X : An Intersection of Twenty-First Century Asian American Voices. University of Michigan Press, 264pp.


A good resource for Asian-Americans and the Virginia Tech shootings .



Asian and Asian American Organizations
A comprehensive website listing many organizations and websites on the topic.


Asian Nation
"...your one-stop information resource and overview of the historical, demographic, political, and cultural issues that make up today's diverse Asian American community."

A detailed listing of Asian American organizations across the US.



A non-profit based in Atlanta that seeks to bring unity to the diverse Asian youth populations.