Asian Literature

Asian literature is the literature produced by writers in Asia. Or by Asian American writers.

The Ones We're Meant to Find
Tokyo Ever After (Tokyo Ever After, #1)
Counting Down with You
Luck of the Titanic
Hani and Ishu's Guide to Fake Dating
Impostor Syndrome
Things We Lost to the Water
Meet Cute Diary
Black Water Sister
The Last Fallen Star (Gifted Clans #1)
Made in Korea
Facing the Mountain: A True Story of Japanese American Heroes in World War II
From Little Tokyo, with Love
China: The Novel
Happy Endings
Crying in H Mart
Convenience Store Woman
The Henna Artist (The Henna Artist, #1)
82년생 김지영
Pachinko
Interior Chinatown
First Person Singular: Stories
Fifty Words for Rain
An Emotion of Great Delight
The Bombay Prince (Perveen Mistry #3)
The Dragon Republic (The Poppy War, #2)
The Last Story of Mina Lee
Things We Lost to the Water
A Single Swallow
If I Had Your Face
Memoirs of a Geisha
Pachinko
The Joy Luck Club
Snow Flower and the Secret Fan
Norwegian Wood
Crazy Rich Asians (Crazy Rich Asians, #1)
Kafka on the Shore
The Vegetarian
The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle
1Q84 (1Q84 #1-3)
Convenience Store Woman
Shanghai Girls (Shanghai Girls #1)

Matt Goulding
Dinner starts with a ceviche of beef, the love child of northern Italy's raw beef culture and the couple's interest in assertive flavors from around the world. Depending on the day, you may find lemongrass, cilantro, and miso- perfect strangers across Italy- canoodling with cured anchovies and handmade pastas. "It's not fusion," says Francesca. "We don't ever think 'How can we work a bit of Asia into this plate?' If it makes sense on the fork, then we go for it." From there Francesca takes me th ...more
Matt Goulding, Pasta, Pane, Vino: Deep Travels Through Italy's Food Culture

Wesley Yang
[…] as the bearer of an Asian face in America, you paid some incremental penalty, never absolute, but always omnipresent, that meant that you were by default unlovable and unloved; that you were presumptively a nobody, a mute and servile figure, distinguishable above all by your total incapacity to threaten anyone; that you were many laudable things that the world might respect and reward, but that you were fundamentally powerless to affect anyone in a way that would make you either loved or fea ...more
Wesley Yang, The Souls of Yellow Folk: Essays

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