Voice, Language and Belonging: Renee Liang’s Chinglish

Children of immigrants often feel as if they belong nowhere, that no one comprehends their unique voice. The language and customs of their parents homeland may be confining, unfamiliar and uncomfortable, while people in their own homeland see them as outsiders because of the color of their skin, the shape of their eyes or elements … Continue reading Voice, Language and Belonging: Renee Liang’s Chinglish