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Choose one film (feature length, not a youtube clip) you viewed in this class (e

Choose one film (feature length, not a youtube clip) you viewed in this class (e.g., “Grace Lee Project,” “Good Americans,” “Slaying the Dragon,” “Who Killed Vincent Chin?,” “Clash of Colors,” “None of the Above”) and critically review it. Summarize the intellectual value of the film, feelings you experienced, or points made in various parts of the film. Connect the points in the film to the readings in the course and write about them in an extended reflection. The good review is one that shows you are exercising your own critical thinking and/or formulating a thoughtful, well-argued opinion. The worst review is one that simply summarizes or repeats what has already been stated. Upload your review to the “assignment” folder on the course webpage. Some questions you may want to ask yourself and consider including in your review are: Why do you choose these particular stories to review? What enraged you, amused you, or surprised you?; How is this film relevant to the topic you have learned in this course?; How does this film reflect the experience of Asian Americans?; How might this film apply to your own life as an (Asian) American? 3-4 double-spaced, typewritten pages.

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a research paper of 1,700-2,000 words (excluding references) developing an argum

a research paper of 1,700-2,000 words (excluding references) developing an argument related to one of the themes showed in File 1, and you MUST use class materials in the paper, the google drive folder link: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1EDCTeN5ZrJh74N93J3jdina6jZXxjTcp?usp=sharing .| Please also upload a Turnitin report after you finished the work.

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-weaknesses that students see with the article/film.

1st topic: To prepare, please listen to this short audio story “Planet Money T-Shirt Exposes Issues of Work, Trade an Clothes” Planet Money’s T-shirt Project, NPR https://www.npr.org/2013/12/06/249339951/planet-money-t-shirt-exposes-issues-of-work-trade-and-clothesLinks to an external site. Ho, Sally (2021) “ReFashioned: New Hong Kong Documentary Spotlights Circular Fashion Pioneers” Green Queen, 19 August. (https://www.greenqueen.com.hk/refashioned-documentary-waste/).| 2nd topic: Film: “Ghost in the Shell” (2017) (https://hdtoday.tv/watch-movie/watch-ghost-in-the-shell-hd-19573.5349208).| After looking at the films and thinking about the topic, students would publish their bullet points: two of the five points should be questions being raised for discussion The three other points could be: -examples that are relevant to the theory/issue. -something about the relevance to Hong Kong or other parts of Asia. -weaknesses that students see with the article/film. -points that students feel are particular important. -links to other weeks in the course. (Just like File 1, for reference only, please DON’T plagarize it)