Karis Cho on biculturalism, intergenerational trauma and Hannah Montana

Major honors project looks candidly at what it means to be a Korean-American woman


Courtesy of Karis Cho

“My biculturalism — what used to be compartmentalized — has become blended,” Cho reflects.

Eva Moschitto, Staff Writer

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