Reviews & Quotes | Blurring the Color Line
Texas Southern University | Dr. Karen Kossie-Chervnyshev, Professor of History
"Kwok chose the term "Blurring" to highlight the Chinese American experience -- one centered in the middle of blackness and whiteness --a distinction captured in one of the questions posed in the film, 'Where did Asians sit on the bus?'"
University of Hong Kong | Dr. Elizabeth LaCouture, Professor of Gender Studies
"Racialized discrimination does not fit into boxes. It is shifting and blurry. That is where the film ends up and that is what Crystal discussed so beautifully."