Kok Heong McNaughton writes about why she’s a Unitarian Universalist, from her point of view as an Asian immigrant: link. Fascinating, well-written, concise.
It also brings back fond memories of Unitarian Universalism along the Pacific Rim — which has a distinctly different flavor from New England Unitarian Universalism. Here in New England, we look towards the east, across the Atlantic, and it feels like we’re fairly aware of European, and to a lesser extent African, cultures. But the Pacific Rim in North America looks west, across the Pacific. It’s a very different orientation.