When do we become adults? When we experience our first tragedy? When we adopt adult responsibilities, and accept the weight of cultural expectations? When we undertake a coming of age ritual, like a bar mitzvah? For our Chinese-Jewish Mash-Up Koca Wen it was a mash-up of all of the above.
What an Asian-American Jew learned about his own assumptions.
I became Bar Mitzvah on April 20th, 2002, the 130th anniversary of Hitler’s birth.
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