Alicia Su Lozeron
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About Alicia Su Lozeron
Global Competence Mentor |
Author, AACS | Translator/Interpreter |
Licensed Secondary English Language Arts and Chinese Mandarin Educator |
College English Adjunct Instructor
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Alicia Su Lozeron is the author of numerous news/magazine articles, short stories, and novels. She holds a Master’s degree in English and Comparative Literature from Columbia University in the City of New York, is licensed as a secondary-school English Language Arts/Chinese Mandarin teacher in the U.S, and served as a college English adjunct instructor. Through her writing career as well as the communication management/travel consulting company, Asia-America Connection Society, she aims to raises awareness about global competence, and to connect the world through global explorations and studies. Asia-literacy and Global Competence (2017), Global Competence Revisited (2019), and Writings in the Time of Coronavirus (2021), collections of her articles and vignettes, highlight her musings of cultural interactions and layouts the groundwork for her many endeavors. (See both English and Chinese versions at https://www.amazon.com/Alicia-Su-Lozeron/e/B01N3LXBAN).
Her debut novel, The Un-death of Me, depicts a world traveler and immigrant Asian American woman’s life in a fresh light. It is a fictional world full of contemporary and global resonance; it is about many subjects: alienation, individuality, self-doubt, self-discovery, complexities of love and marriage, quests of fulfillment and happiness, (in)justice, cultural diversity, discrimination, and mankind as a whole. Its subtle yet intense emotions detailed in the many characters and locales, render a visionary sense of humanity, gratifying and unforgettable in their own rights. (See https://www.amazon.com/Un-death-Me-Asian-American-Woman/dp/0998194123/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8).
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The articles collected in this book are written with a purpose of raising global awareness about cultural sensitivity and competency. They aim to connect the world. By researching and analyzing facts as well as observing custom traditions of cross-cultural nature, Alicia Su Lozeron compels the world to observe and think critically for a more peaceful and prosperous global community.
Through her writing as well as her communication management and travel consulting company, Asia-America Connection Society, AACS 亚美合作协会, Alicia Su Lozeron has been promoting and urging global competence. Her diligence in providing quality content related to the global community has proven to be rewarding, both to her own personal fulfillment, and to the global village’s needs. For herself, the work is her cause and calling. She gains a great deal of gratification through hard work and creation. For the world, her work is beneficial and educational in the ways it introduces peoples and cultures of various heritages and embraces world citizens of the global village, with their fair share of rights to being, to life, and to our magnificent Earth.
Through her translation and com-munication management company, Asia-America Connection Society, AACS 亚美合作协会, Alicia Su Lozeron has promoted Asia-literacy and urged global competence. Her diligence in providing quality content related to Asia and the globe has proven to be rewarding, both to her own personal fulfillment, and to the global village’s needs. For herself, the work is her cause and calling. She gains a great deal of gratification through hard work and creation. For the world, her work is beneficial and educational in the ways it introduces peoples and cultures of various heritages and embraces world citizens of the global village, with their fair share of rights to being, to life, and to our magnificent Earth.
Alicia Su Lozeron’s advocacy for mutual understanding and collaboration among cultures is vital for your company or personal accomplishments, on a business, cultural, educational, or entertainment dimension. Below is what readers and audiences have discerned of Alicia Su Lozeron’s work:
• helps me overcome difficulties or fears and find beauty in positive human interactions;
• helps me appreciate people of various backgrounds, and expand knowledge about the world;
• helps me understand interracial or blended family relations;
• helps me savor intricate feelings and emotions about important subjects in life;
• helps me gain enjoyment through poetic narrations;
• helps me realize a new perspective of hope, courage, and respect for others;
• helps me raise awareness about cultural competence;
• helps me nurture a well-rounded global outlook;
• motivates me to promote an open/just community;
• urges me to develop the ability to see the big picture using multiple frames of references;
• helps me strengthen the ability to express genuine love;
• helps me decrease conflict by learning to trust and to resolve disagreements….
“Think Global Live Noble” -- together we can build a better world!
Upon becoming a member of a well-to-do established New York City family by marriage, she struggled to create her own identity, and to escape the trappings of what a traditional woman and wife should be. Avery Mingli Liang embodied a story of an immigrant woman, whose life journey took her through not only various parts of the world, but also high society engagements, political intrigue, and betrayal. She bolted from an unhappy marriage and existence on the road to discovery, self-awareness, and enlightenment, only to witness further scandalous incidents of both the high and the low societies.
Abbey Lori brought a fresh breath of air to Avery Mingli Liang’s life. Now Avery’s quest for happiness had an anchor. However, could they build on what they learned and sustain their happiness together? Or was their life together yet another futile pursuit of illusions and dreams? These were the questions Avery Mingli Liang sought to answer in order for her life to be fulfilled and come true. Her story is one of a kind because she as the protagonist reveals a unique background and experience rarely found in the literary world.
While Ayaan Hirsi Ali (the Somali-born Dutch-American activist, author, and former Dutch politician) attracts wide attention and perhaps induces negative criticism to Islamic cultural limitations in her autobiography Infidel: My Life --
Alicia Su Lozeron's account of an Asian American immigrant woman in The Un-death of Me brings about celebrations on cultural differences as well as similarities. It embraces mankind and human endeavors, proposing balanced mindsets very much needed in today's polarized societies.