The critically acclaimed author of Growing Up Asian Australia has written another powerful piece with her short story “A Call to Arms.” Michelle Law grew up in Australia, where she is often bullied because of her background. The only language she speaks is English, and she’s embarrassed to visit Hong Kong with her parents, as she can’t order food! The story illustrates the struggles that Asian-Australian children face growing up in Australia.
Michelle Law pens a powerful piece in a call to arms, inspired by her experiences growing up in an Asian-Australian family. In October 2012, she published an article in the Australian newspaper The Age, which discussed the racial division of the Australian population and the high suicide rate. In December, she wrote an article in The Lifted Brow that expanded upon her previous Gilmore Girls articles.
Throughout her career, Michelle Law has published many articles and books. Her most recent guest review of Charlotte’s Web, for The Lifted Brow, is a particularly moving read. Her book, Growing Up Asian in Australia: Memoirs and Stories by Asian-Australian Women, is co-authored by Alice Pung and published by Black Inc., Schwartz Media Pty Ltd., and Wheeler Centre.
Michelle Law’s AWGIE-winning screenplay The Lifted Brow was an immensely popular guest review of Charlotte’s Web. It elaborated on her earlier reviews of Gilmore Girls in The Lifted Brow. Her books also include Growing Up Asian in Australia: A Guide for a New Generation. Both books are edited by Alice Pung and released by Black Inc., Schwartz Media Pty Ltd., and Wheeler Centre.
The author of A Call to Arms is a Brisbane-based AWGIE-winning screenwriter. Her work has been featured on TV shows, including The Family Law. Her latest book, A Call to Action: How to Respond to an Attack on the First Amendment in the United States By Using Your Voice to Tell the Truth About Racism and Suicide in Australia! A Call to Act Now! Despite a Decade of Media, Michelle Law’s Awakening Insights
A Call to Arms is a highly acclaimed book by an Australian writer who lives in Brisbane. She wrote it in October 2012 and December 2012 and has won the AWGIE Award. She is also working on a documentary for the ABC on suicide in Australia. It will be a powerful read for anyone who wants to fight for their freedom. A call to arms is not just about a good night’s sleep. Instead, it’s about a life worth living.
A Call to Arms is a must-read book. Its author is a former military officer and served as the Counsel to the Inspector General at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. Her article in the Military Law Review has been translated from her native Hong Kong. Ms. Law, meanwhile, is a renowned feminist. It is one of the few books to focus on the human rights of women in the Middle East.