Dr. Bao Lo is Assistant Professor and Director of the Ethnic Studies Program at Stan State. She received her Ph.D. from the Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of California, Berkeley.
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Lo, Bao. 2013. The Second Generation Story of Hmong Americans, Dissertation, Department of Ethnic Studies, University of California, Berkeley. Lo, Bao. 2009.
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For a long time now, pineapple buns, or bo lo bao, have been my unequivocal go-to choice whenever I walk into a Chinese bakery. I blow right past the char siu bao, the coconut buns, and the hot dog buns…and mosey right on over to these fluffy, delightfully quirky looking yellow half-domes of buttery, sugary joy. They. are. the. best.
Bao Lo, California State University, Sacramento, Ethnic Studies Department, Faculty Member. Studies Asian American Studies, Ethnic Studies, and Gender. Professor of Ethnic Studies
Pineapple buns, called Bolo Bao in China, are a popular sweet treat from Hong Kong. They are light, soft, and airy inside. And on top they have this cracked surface with a delightfully crispy texture. Perhaps the most fascinating thing about these sweet pineapple buns is that there is no pineapple inside of them. None!
Bao Lo Doctor of Philosophy in Ethnic Studies University of California, Berkeley Professor David Montejano, Chair Research on the second generation of post 1965 immigrants has largely explained the integration of these youth into American society as an issue of human capital and ethnicity. The