Chinese

Beyond The Chinese Connection Contemporary Afro-Asian Cultural Production
http://www.upress.state.ms.us/books/1570 / University of Mississippi Press

    

In the 1970s, Kung Fu movies took America by storm and Bruce Lee became a household name.  Lee turned into an unexpected icon for African-American audiences, and his image especially resonated with black males.

The Chapel Hill-Carrboro school system is considering eliminating one of its most iconic academic programs. A report commissioned by the district recommends eliminating the Chinese dual-language emersion program.