Created by Clarence Kwan
Design by Ronald Tau
100% of the proceeds will go to support Color of Change, a nonprofit civil rights advocacy group and the largest online racial justice organization in the US.
Clarence Kwan, one of the creators of this book of recipes, explains “Chinese food is my life. My family grew up in Chinese restaurants, my grandfather was a master chef, and I work at a Chinese BBQ shop part-time on weekends. My day job is in social impact. I lead creative teams at an NYC based, Black-led agency that examines the relationship between people, power, and social change to transform our politics and the economy.
“Since this uprising began, I’ve been using my platform to help raise awareness about white supremacy in food. I couldn't stay quiet anymore, this racial pandemic has shed light on so many issues that BIPOC deal with every single day. I’ve been protesting thought one thing I know: Chinese food.”
Chinese Protest Recipes announces three goals in bold typeface:
1) Support Black Lives Matter
2) Raise awareness about racism and white supremacy
3) Resist through Chinese food