Charlie Yi Zhang

Title

Charlie Yi Zhang

Description

Charlie Yi Zhang shares his childhood and education in China, and his journey to eventually moving to the United States for his PhD. Zhang discusses gender, sexual and racial norms in China and compares them to the United States. Zhang also discusses his experience of those norms as a gay Chinese man.

Subject

Childhood
Education
Families.
China.
China--Cultural policy.
China--Foreign relations.
China--History.
China--Politics and government.
China--Social conditions.
China--Social life and customs.
China--Social policy.
Stereotypes (Social psychology)
Sexual orientation.
Sexual minorities.
Sexual minorities--Identity.
Homosexuality.
Coming out (Sexual orientation)
Gay men--Identity.
Gays--Identity.
Education, Higher
College students--Social conditions
Gender studies
Universities and colleges.
Teachers
Teaching

Format

video

Identifier

2018oh336_lgbtq022

Interviewer

Adriana Sisko

Interviewee

Charlie Yi Zhang

Interview Keyword

Masculinity.
South Dakota
Dating (Social customs)
Manners and customs
Lifestyles.
Friendship.
Closeted gays.
Discrimination.
Race discrimination.
Race relations
Racism

Files

zhang.PNG


Citation

“Charlie Yi Zhang,” OutSouth: LGBTQ+ Oral History Project, accessed December 6, 2019, https://www.nunncenter.net/outsouth/items/show/45.