Hyphen Public Interest Journalism Fellowship will fund high-impact stories about social issues focusing on Asian Americans.
Hyphen and its publisher, Lisa Lee, won Asian Pacific Heritage Awards given out Monday by the city of San Francisco.
Hyphen Publisher Lisa Lee and Hyphen are both nominated for Asian Pacific Heritage Month Awards being presented by the city of San Francisco. Congratulations to Lisa and Hyphen's staff of volunters and its contributors!
Hyphen is partnering with the Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California on a fundraiser for Japan at its Throwback Issue party on March 18.
Ada Wong of The Biggest Loser graces the cover of The Bittersweet Issue, which features stories on post-birth traditions, race and college admissions, and the B.Y.O. Chopstix environmental campaign.
Census 2010 data released for California shows that Asian Americans were the fastest growing ethnic or racial group.
David Chiu, Phil Ting and Leland Yee are in the race to succeed Ed Lee, San Francisco's first Asian American mayor.
Thank you to the editors of the Bay Citizen, who liked our parkour story and video so much, they blogged about it using an article from New America Media, which is a content partner of Hyphen's.
At least a white actor hasn’t been cast to play Bruce Lee, which wouldn’t have been a surprise because in porn size does matter, and the stereotype is that Asian guys don’t measure up.
The "Asian Power" headline from the San Francisco Examiner encapsulates what's happening in politics, especially in San Francisco, where Ed Lee is about to become the first Asian American mayor.
The previous issue of Hyphen is available in its entirety for your perusing pleasure. Almost as good as having it right in your hands!