Angie Y. Chung is an associate professor in the department of sociology at the University at Albany, SUNY, in New York, USA. She is the author of Legacies of Struggle: Conflict and Cooperation in Korean American Politics.
"Well-written and engaging, Saving Face takes a novel
approach of exploring the emotional life of Chinese and Korean
immigrant families."--Nazli Kibria "Boston University "
"Full of rich and absorbing interview material, Saving Face explores the emotional dynamics of family experiences, responsibilities, and commitments among the children of Chinese and Korean immigrants. Covering a range of themes, from parent-child relations to gender roles and expectations, the book offers fresh insights into Asian immigrant family life."--Nancy Foner "coauthor of Strangers No More "