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Single Asian Female theatre production
Young Jean Lee was just 2 years old when she moved to the U. She grew up in Pullman, Washington, attended Berkeley for undergrad, studying English, and then headed to graduate school before finally setting off to New York with dreams of writing plays. It was just crazy! Little did Lee and those folks know that after years of writing and rewriting, she'd accomplish something that's never been done before.
Michelle Elman, a body confidence coach based in the U. The author of the memoir, "Am I Ugly," set out to change that, organizing a photo shoot where she posed alongside six other Asian women of different sizes and skin tones. Her goal: to break stereotypes of Asian women in the U. Elman teamed up with photographer Linda Blacker on the passion project and posted the photos on her Instagram account, scarrednotscared , where it immediately sparked a conversation on social media about the inclusion of Asian women in media, advertisements and fashion.