Asian America.Net demonstrates how Asian Americans have both defined and been defined by electronic technology, illuminating the complex networks of identity, community, and history in the digital age.

part 1|68 pages

Cyberraces, Cyberplaces

chapter 1|34 pages

Orienting Orientalism, or How to Map Cyberspace

ByWendy Hui Kyong Chun

chapter 2|32 pages


ByJerry Kang

part 2|144 pages

The Pixelated Asia/Pacific

chapter 3|27 pages

Virtually Vietnamese

Nationalism on the Internet
ByKim-An Lieberman

chapter 5|19 pages

Reimagining the Community

Information Technology and Web-based Chinese Language Networks in North America
ByYuan Shu

chapter 6|19 pages

Laughter in the Rain

Jokes as Membership and Resistance
ByEmily Noelle Ignacio

chapter 7|16 pages

The Geography of Cyberliterature in Korea

ByAeju Kim

chapter 8|20 pages

Intercollegiate Web Pedagogy

Possibilities and Limitations of Virtual Asian American Studies
ByJohn Cheng, Karen Har-Yen Chow, Pamela Thoma, Rachel C. Lee

part 3|93 pages

Gender, Sexuality, and Kinship through the Integrated Circuit

chapter 9|20 pages


Wives, Workers, and Whores on the Cyberfrontier
ByVernadette V. Gonzalez, Robyn Magalit Rodriguez

chapter 10|14 pages

Will the Real Indian Woman Log-On? Diaspora, Gender, and Comportment

ByLinta Varghese

chapter 11|18 pages

The Revenge of the Yellowfaced Cyborg Terminator

The Rape of Digital Geishas and the Colonization of Cyber-Coolies in 3D Realms' Shadow Warrior
ByJeffrey A. Ow

chapter 12|14 pages

Good Politics, Great Porn

Untangling Race, Sex, and Technology in Asian American Cultural Productions
ByThuy Linh Nguyen Tu

chapter 13|25 pages

Queer Cyborgs and New Mutants

Race, Sexuality, and Prosthetic Sociality in Digital Space
ByMimi Nguyen