This photo project, called “Perpetual Foreigner,” is a collection of over a doze…


This photo project, called “Perpetual Foreigner,” is a collection of over a dozen photographs of Asians occupying “everyday American spaces,” like parks or beaches, that Chinese American photographer Andrew Kung says usually elicit images of White families and individuals. “I wanted to put Asian faces and Asian bodies in those spaces,” Kung said. His goal is to “normalize Asian American beauty, belonging, and individualityโ€ฆ we deserve to be just as American as anyone else.”

(๐Ÿ“ธ: Andrew Kung)



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  2. We all came from the same GOD… Donโ€™t hate anyone… spread love… and your life will be beautiful…

  3. While these are beautiful theyโ€™re veryโ€ฆ.centralized photos. So this family went to the beach? Show me real America, the depiction of normalcy. Itโ€™s a great idea, but better execution plz.

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