📚 Books & Beats 🎧 The accompanying lofi instrumental 🎶 to The Day I Woke Up Different children's book 📚. Enjoy the read with a chill classical piano melody 🎹 floating over breakbeats 🥁 and fused with Southeast Asian sounds 🎋. Like a Bánh Mì that merges cultures together, we're bringing you the best of our worlds! Just like you and me! 💚🌏🚀✨ Digital and hardcover copies of the Vietnamese American story, The Day I Woke Different available at https://4thworldpress.com/ 🚀 Published by 4th World Press [ https://www.facebook.com/4thWorldPress ] [ https://www.instagram.com/4thworldpre... ] 🎹 Original Piano Composition by Phương Nam Đoàn [ https://www.instagram.com/pnduckie/?h... ] 🎼 Arranged and Produced by Gyrefunk [ https://open.spotify.com/artist/7eQEQ... ] [ https://soundcloud.com/gyrefunk ] [ https://www.instagram.com/gyrefunk/?h... ] 🎨 Artwork by Thi Đoàn...
This year 2021, Year of the Metal Ox, The Day I Woke Up Different was honored to be part of the Storytelling Night Series for Tết in Seattle virtual festival. Jennifer Ha provides a heartfelt reading of our beloved Vietnamese American story filled with annotations. We are so excited to share this! Check out the video below!
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Recently Korean New Zealander , Hye Ji Erica Lee, who is an academic researcher on the migrant Asian experiences of race. Erica recently guest lectured at the University of Auckland, where she opened her sociology course presentation with "The Day I Woke Up Different" story. Leading up to her lecture, Erica reached out to us in hopes of obtaining a copy of this Asian American story to help further examine the Asian migrant's perspective. To help ensure enough time would be allocated for piecing together her presentation, 4th WORLD PRESS worked tirelessly and swiftly to convert "The Day I Woke Up Different" to its very first ebook version! What an HONOR! Erica is currently working on her doctoral thesis. Her...
🎉 Prints now available! 🎉The Gemma Collection was created in love and as a sweet torch to pass forward.
The Vietnamese alphabet and diacritics are a humble love note to the Vietnamese heritage. The rainbow 🌈 as a reminder of something so beautiful created by a mixture of different ingredients. These have come a long way, just as you have… just as we all have.
Get these heritage pieces at https://www.thidoanart.com/gemma-collection-prints
4th WORLD PRESS illustrator Thi Doan recently interviewed with HillsboroARTS Magazine for their Fall 2020 issue starting on page 8. Titled, Illustrating the "Othered" into the story.
To read the full the article visit Thi Doan's page at the link below.
To read the full Fall 2020 issue.