Asia-literacy and Global Competence

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ASIA-LITERACY AND GLOBAL COM-PETENCE is a collection of Alicia Su Lozeron's vignettes and articles about Asia and the world. The author emphasizes the invaluable contributions of the Asian sector to the global village. She aims to raise cultural awareness by researching and analyzing facts as well as describing experiences of cross-cultural nature -- compelling content, beautifully-narrated tales. More
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About Alicia Su Lozeron

Asia-Literacy and Global Competence Mentor
Founder of AACS | Author
Licensed Secondary-School
English Language Arts and Chinese Mandarin Teacher

Alicia Su Lozeron is the author of numerous news/magazine articles and short stories. She holds a Master’s degree in English and Comparative Literature from Columbia University in the City of New York, and is licensed as a secondary-school English Language Arts/Chinese Mandarin teacher in Las Vegas, NV. Through her writing career as well as the communication management company she founded, Asia-America Connection Society, she aims to raises awareness about global competence, and to connect the West to the significant economic and cultural contributions the Asian segment offers. Asia-literacy and Global Competence, a collection of her articles and vignettes, highlights her musings of cultural interactions and layouts for her many endeavors (see both English and Chinese versions at
Her debut novel, The Un-death of Me, depicts a world traveler and immigrant Asian American woman’s life in a fresh light. It is a fictional world full of contemporary and global resonance; it is about many subjects: alienation, individuality, self-doubt, self-discovery, complexities of love and marriage, quests of fulfillment and happiness, (in)justice, cultural diversity, discrimination, and mankind as a whole. Its subtle yet intense emotions detailed in the many characters and locales, render a visionary sense of humanity, gratifying and unforgettable in their own rights (see

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Amy Shannon reviewed on on Sep. 28, 2017

Interesting premise

The premise of the book is good, but there are some flaws to what I think the author was trying to accomplish. However, it is well written, and gives a lot of details, such as the background of the Asian culture, and different aspects of Asian life. I learned a lot by reading it, but I think some of the book felt a little "too commercial" and seemed like it was an advertisement that was trying to recruit a specific culture. It's a good detailed read, though.
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