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His Facebook profile is full of pictures of him on Chicago’s Asian-American scene, everything from TAP – Chicago (the Taiwanese American Professional Group), to Ascene, an online magazine that also holds monthly events, to the Asian American Journalists Association (full disclosure: where this reporter first met Norm). He says TAP is his favorite group – he’s even on their board, even though he’s not Taiwanese.
He lives in Schaumburg, where he grew up.“My parents are very, very, very traditional,” Norm said.
“This is something which I think is culturally the product of some really interesting phenomena.”Take Norm Leong.
He spends most of his social life with other Asians, even if they aren’t Chinese, like his family.
I am not sure of the history and forces that contribute to the lack of celebration of Asian-American males or why the few representations of Asian-American men seem to center around effeminate, wimp and geek stereotypes.
Then, he has to do the same to his mother.“Well, because, he’s taking care of his family, too,” he said. He grew up in Lombard but now he lives in Logan Square.