Jason Hung

Jason Hung is a visiting scholar at University of California, Berkeley and an affiliate student in research at King’s College London. He also works as a guest columnist at Penn Political Review.
Jason Hung
Jason Hung is a visiting scholar at University of California, Berkeley and an affiliate student in research at King’s College London. He also works as a guest columnist at Penn Political Review.

Latest from Jason Hung

Opinion | Asian-Americans, crazy rich or otherwise, just want to be accepted

Imagine a world in which people are accepted as they are, and Asians don’t have to be typecast as nerds or kung-fu fighters. A film like Crazy Rich Asians brings Asian-Americans a little closer to that.

29 Sep 2018 - 2:36PM

Imagine a world in which people are accepted as they are, and Asians don’t have to be typecast as nerds or kung-fu fighters. A film like Crazy Rich Asians brings Asian-Americans a little closer to that.

Asian-Americans, crazy rich or otherwise, just want to be accepted
Hong Kong should love its foreign domestic helpers, so they will love Hong Kong

Ethnic minorities’ quest to have their rights recognised in Hong Kong starts with Hongkongers ending their master-servant relationship with domestic helpers, and being more than just good bosses.

20 Jul 2018 - 8:47PM

Ethnic minorities’ quest to have their rights recognised in Hong Kong starts with Hongkongers ending their master-servant relationship with domestic helpers, and being more than just good bosses.

Hong Kong should love its foreign domestic helpers, so they will love Hong Kong
How Asian parents’ definition of ‘success’ just adds to mental health stresses

Pressure from parents to go to a good university and get a well-paying job is exacerbated for those with mental health issues, who often define success very differently – such as by having normal, healthy interactions with others.

14 Mar 2018 - 2:30PM

Pressure from parents to go to a good university and get a well-paying job is exacerbated for those with mental health issues, who often define success very differently – such as by having normal, healthy interactions with others.

How Asian parents’ definition of ‘success’ just adds to mental health stresses