American Born Chinese, by Gene Yang
American Born Chinese (2005)

Gene Yang started self-publishing his comics as Humble Comics in 1996 and received the Xeric Grant in 1997. Besides doing comics, Gene Yang is working as a teacher of computer science. He lives and works in California. Comics he created are 'American Born Chinese', 'Gordon & Loyola', 'Duncan's Kingdom' (drawn by Derek Kirk Kim) and 'The Rosary'.

Monkey, by Gene Yang
Monkey

Cartoonist Gene Yang began drawing comic books in the fifth grade. In 1997, he received the Xeric Grant, a prestigious comics industry grant, for 'Gordon Yamamoto and the King of the Geeks', his first comics work as an adult. He has since written and drawn a number of comic books, including 'Duncan's Kingdom' (illustrated by Derek Kirk Kim) for Image Comics and 'The Rosary Comic Book' for Pauline Books and Media. 'American Born Chinese', his most recent work, is serialized weekly at the Modern Tales site. Gene currently teaches high school Computer Science in Oakland, California. He lives in Fremont, California with his lovely wife Theresa and newborn son Kolbe.

American Born Chinese, by Gene Yang
American Born Chinese

Humble Comics
Modern Tales

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