top of page





Is Chinese identy personal, national, culutural, political? Does it migrate, shift, transmute? What is authentic, sacred, kitsch? Using documentary and conceptual photographic strategies, acclaimed phtographer Wing Young Huie explores the meaning of Chinese-ness in his home state of Minnesota, throughout the United States, and in China. Part meta-memoir and part actual memoir, Chinese-ness reframes today's conversations about race and identity. 



Author: Wing Young Huie
Published by: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2018

159 pages

SKU: 452
    bottom of page