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Kuilan Liu’s essay finds Yang’s image of the Monkey King in American Born Chinese offensive, as briefly mentioned above, given the rich history, both in Chinese literature and media, of the revered Monkey King. Her essay examines the meanings appended to Yang’s decidedly ugly and dishonorable Monkey King, interpreted through Chinese reviews and her undergraduate students’ gut reactions to the text’s images. What does not get translated across nations becomes Liu’s focal point. In “‘Maybe It’s Time for a Little History Lesson Here’: Autographics and Ann Marie Fleming’s The Magical Life of Long Tack Sam,” Stacilee Ford finds that while the “cartoonification of history” assists students Introduction 15 in grasping the past by cutting through dense historical narratives and eliminating jargon, Fleming’s filmic and graphic biography of her great-grandfather, Long Tack Sam, a famous but now forgotten Chinese-born vaudeville magician and performer, poses unique issues for her students.
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