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After successful response to Fly Rights, an app developed to document incidents of TSA profiling, the Sikh Coalition prepares to forge ahead with a second version.

Meeta Kaur | Mon, Jul 16th- 11:47am | Blogger Column, Social Justice

In anticipation of our 10th Anniversary/25 Issues celebration, Hyphen interviews Eric Hsu -- frontman of featured band Johnny Hi-Fi -- about cultivating the Asian American rock community, the relationship between music and cooking, and the secret...

Terry K Park | Thu, Jun 21st- 12:42pm | Blogger Column, eric hsu, Hyphen 10th Anniversary, Hyphen Generations, Hyphen Issue Release Party, Johnny Hi-Fi, Hyphen Events, Music

Because Daddy needs more than just the Big Piece of Chicken: In honor of Father's Day, Hyphen columnist Ky-Phong Tran nominates finalists for the title of 2011-2012 Asian American Dad of the Year.

Ky-Phong Tran | Wed, Jun 20th- 12:23am | Blogger Column, father's day, George Takei, gie-ming lin, Harry Shum Jr, Jeremy Lin, jimmy phan, keong sim, mike chang sr., nam phan

Last week, the House of Representatives voted on the Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act (PRENDA), a bill sponsored by Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ) to fight “a war on unborn little girls” among Asian immigrants. But does such a threat...

Victoria Yue | Tue, Jun 5th- 9:30pm | Blogger Column, House of Representatives, Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act, PRENDA, Trent Franks, Politics

Club banger, but not a classic: new Hyphen blog columnist Ky-Phong Tran reviews VH1's documentary on the Los Angeles Riots.

Ky-Phong Tran | Tue, Jul 24th- 12:21am | Blogger Column, Los Angeles Riots, Matt Ford, Uprising, Film

Writer-Director Timothy Tau pays homage to a pioneering yet little-known Asian American actor.

Ian Wang | Sat, May 12th- 3:23pm | Blogger Column, film, Keye Luke, laapff, Los Angeles APA FIlm Festical, Timothy Tau, Film

Hyphen interviews actor Justin Lee about Arrested Development, his new web series, and his dream roles.

Victoria Yue | Tue, May 15th- 11:12am | Blogger Column, Justin Lee, One Warm Night, web series, Asianspotting, Film, Performing Arts, Profiles, Race, TV

National party committees have pegged California's 39th district as "solidly Republican," but Jay Chen, who is running for Congress as a Democrat, sees a path to victory that draws heavily on his multicultural background.

Lin Yang | Mon, May 14th- 10:16am | 2012 elections, Blogger Column, california, Congress, House, Los Angeles, Taiwanese, Community, Immigration, Media, News & Politics, Politics, Profiles, Race, Social Issues, Social Justice

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