More or Less Asians? A debate on Stereotypes in Literature. An Asia House Event: The Review

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Top Left to Right. Blogger and writer Anna Chen, Presenter Bidisha and Film maker Daniel York. Bottom Left to Right. Novelist Niven Govinden and Broadcaster Yasmeen Khan waxed lyrical on the night. Top Left to Right. Blogger and writer Anna Chen, Presenter Bidisha and Filmmaker Daniel York. Bottom Left to Right. Novelist Niven Govinden and Broadcaster Yasmeen Khan waxed lyrical on the night. Philip Chadha Philip Chadha Every once in while we have seminal moments in the arts and at times we return to seemingly well trodden roads and in particular the subject of stereotypes or in this case Asian stereotypes in literature, do they exist?

Are there more or less then before? It was the subject up for energetic debate at the recent event held at Asia House in London.

The debate provided a looking glass on the whole subject of Asian stereotypes in literature and gifted a moment of much needed reflection on the issue as the end of 2014 hurtles towards us. GloBooks supported the sell-out event , attracting large numbers. Its topic clearly resonated  with the audience. GloBooks supported the sell-out event , attracting large numbers. Its topic clearly resonated with the audience. There was theā€¦

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More or Less Asians? A debate on Stereotypes in Literature. An Asia House Event: The Review

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