In the 1970s, the Bay Area was 86 percent white and just four percent Asian, according to U.S. Census data. Asian faces were rarely in visual media, except occasionally as TV journalists (Wendy Tokuda) and movie actors (Bruce Lee). So Michael Jang's photos of that period, showing the suburban Bay Area doings of his Chinese-American cousins, uncle, and aunt, are a stirring revelation. In "The Jangs," we see Jang's relations... More >>>