One day, when I finish this project,” Xu says, “it can be a living testament that we can’t be erased: This is who we are, this is our home also. I want my children and my children’s children to remember we’re a big part of this country. I’m just trying to show a poetic understanding of the Chinese-American.”

Check out more of An Rong Xu’s Photography

Source: "The Chinese-Americans" Photography Series, TimeOut New York 

 

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