Filmed before the Georgia shootings, writer Te-Ping Chen shares with us her “Humble Opinion” that people with ethic names must embrace them instead of shying away. Chen, who says she was given a “boy’s name” at birth, looks back on how it crafted her life. It’s a reflection on heritage and how, in the melting pot of America, a name can become a concrete link to family traditions.
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