Asian and Asian American Women in Theology and Religion: Embodying Knowledge


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So excited to announce a new book edited by Dr. Kwok Pui-lan, Asian and Asian American Women in Theology and Religion: Embodying Knowledge (Asian Christianity in the Diaspora).  

It is the 12th book in our series, Asian Christianity in the Diaspora edited by Dr. Joseph Cheah and myself.

Please order your copy today.

With the rise of anti-Asian racism due to the pandemic, it is important to read more books by Asian and Asian American women.

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Honoring Tradition Keepers and Change Agents as Earth Day Turns 50


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The “Women of Faith: Change Agents as Earth Day Turns 50”  March 17, 4:30 PM, at the CSW64 in NYC was cancelled due to the coronavirus.

The Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation has decided to put on virtual dialogue for April 6, 2020 830 am EST.

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Reimagining Spirit (Grace Ji-Sun Kim) — A Review


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This is a new review of Reimagining Spirit:
Wind, Breath and Vibration (Wipf and Stock), by Dr. Robert Cornwall. He has reviewed many of my books and I am so grateful to him for reading so many of them.

Thank you Dr. Cornwall for this review.

March 03, 2020



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Reflections on Saathealth by Theodore Andrew Lee


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So proud of my son Theodore Andrew Lee who spent his January term doing an unpaid internship in India at Saathealth. He is a senior in Biomedical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University. Read his interesting reflection upon his experience. I am reposting it from his original post on

Securing a healthy future for the next generation of children

The view from my apartment overlooking Hiranandi Gardens and the Powai Lake

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