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Two Iranian expats bond over a love of American country-and-western music. But what happens when one of them starts to make it?
Iranian author Goli Taraghi seasons universal experiences of love, loss, exile and belonging with a sense of life's absurdity.
"People of my generation saw hope in the West; young Asians these days see opportunity in China," says author of "Five Star Billionaire."
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Acclaimed author Anchee Min talks to us about her newest memoir, "The Cooked Seed" and her experiences adapting to a new country.
"Nothing much has changed," the groundbreaking author and editor says of Asian Americans in the arts, "the barriers are still there."