Welcome to the Reference Library of The 1990 Institute
Selected resources on Modern China, US-China Relations, and the Asian American Experience for Educators, Students and the General Public
The content in this library is updated continually however, it is not an exhaustive source of information on the above subjects. We welcome your input and suggestions. Please contact us at email@example.com for questions, comments, and suggestions of resources. You can also use the Suggest a Resource form to recommend your resources.
Lectures of our 2022 Teachers Workshop
Missing in History® – The Asian American Journey
Held on July 30, 2022
The Making of Asian Americans, by Lok Siu
Mapping Asian American Identity, by Margaret Yee
Asian American Legal Cases that Shaped Civil Rights for All, by John Trasviña
The China You Should Know – Past and Present
Held on August 6, 2022
China’s Past is Always Present, by Tom Gold
China and the World, by Clay Dube
The 1990 Institute, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, develops and implements programs to promote U.S. – China cross-cultural understanding and the Asian American experience. This library also contains references to selected educational resources available on the Internet.
We welcome anyone interested in learning more about the fascinating and complex stories about the Asian experience in America, what life is really like in China today, and the multi-faceted and nuanced relationship between the United States and China. Although anyone can read and learn from these sources, we have, in particular, also provided materials that are suitable for teaching middle and high school students.
This site is not a comprehensive source, but includes selected media that we feel best explain the subjects at hand and are especially suitable for students and young adults. It also includes all the lectures and lesson plans from our annual China Now for Teachers Program for middle school and high school teachers for the past eight years.
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