One of his arguments criticizes the unified Asian American movement with uniform interests. The Accidental Asian is a collection of seven essays and short memoirs by Liu. However, much of the book's content remains unknown to him as he is not able to read the Chinese text.
He always keeps them busy in the class and helps them enjoying playful games too. He or she advises them to follow the foot prints of the great mean. Teaching is a noble and honourable profession and he lives ideal lives.
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Eric Liu, through a collection of seven memoirs and essays wrote the Accidental Asian. Having worked for former president, Bill Clinton, as a speechwriter, Liu narrates his personal and cultural identities through the book Accidental Asian. Largely, he criticizes the notion of ethnicity and racial categorizations by implying that these notions are falsified by the fact that they misrepresent the true essence of our humanity Liu 2.
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Thank you! Provocative musings on the subjects of race and identity from the perspective of a second-generation Chinese professional. Liu, a former speechwriter for President Clinton, recounts his past and present struggles with his Chinese identity in a society into which he has easily assimilated.