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'Tis the season to give! And to share some holiday cheer and direct good karma your way, Hyphen's Food & Agriculture Editor Nina Fallenbaum Ichikawa writes to you, dear Hyphen readers, about how you can help keep Asian America's only print...

Anonymous | Mon, Jan 6th- 11:57am | donate, donations, donor letter, Food and Agriculture, Mr. Hyphen, Nina Fallanbaum Ichikawa, Food, Hyphen Updates, Immigration, Media, Mr. Hyphen, News & Politics, Photography, Politics

Ongoing shows by Asian American artists boldly place bodies front and center.

Jenny Lee | Thu, Jul 25th- 12:37pm | depaul art museum, dictee, mca, theresa hak kyung cha, untitled feminist show, war baby/love child, young jean lee, Art & Design, Diaspora, Gender, Performing Arts, Photography, Race, Sex

Now You See Me

Growing up in the ’80s, queer Asian Pacific Islanders were invisible to the general population. As the founding photo editor of Hyphen in 2001, I wanted to ensure broad Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) representation in the magazine...

Mia Nakano | Mon, Jul 29th- 6:37pm | Artwell, Art & Design, Community, Gender, Issue 27: Sex - Summer 2013, Photography, Sex

Today would've been David's 15th birthday. To commemorate his birthday, Hyphen Magazine has created an online memorial, which includes a letter from the Phan family, a gallery of letters from classmates and teachers, and a request...

Terry K Park | Mon, May 20th- 5:22pm | bullying, David Phan, queer, Vietnamerica, Activism, Community, Culture, Diaspora, Immigration, News & Politics, Photography, Race, Social Issues, Social Justice

We are heartbroken. Jessica Lum, an award-winning journalist and former photo editor at Hyphen, died of a rare cancer on January 13, 2013. She was 25.

Hyphen | Tue, Mar 19th- 10:51am | hyphen staff, jessica lum, Community, Hyphen Updates, Photography

There is a luminous quality to these portraits of the after-effects of war.

G. Justin Hulog | Thu, Jan 24th- 9:16am | Joel Pickford, Soul Calling, Books Section, Photography, Reviews

Southern Exposure

Photographer & Writer Indigo Som

A year before Hurricane Katrina, I landed in New Orleans with my partner Donna Keiko Ozawa, a generous grant from Creative Work Fund and too much luggage — five cameras (still and video), sound...

Indigo Som | Thu, Jun 20th- 11:39am | Recipe, Art & Design, Issue 26: The South - Spring 2013, Photography

Though the Japanese American internment experience has been represented by more distinguished photographers, not many capture the internee perspective -- let alone in such striking color.

Sachi Schuricht | Thu, Jan 3rd- 8:34am | Bill Manbo, Colors of Confinement, Eric L. Muller, Books Section, Photography, Reviews

Our House

Sometimes when Kathleen Dang is at home by herself, she hears a strange and eerily disturbing sound — silence.

“When there’s so few people at home, it’s really weird,” she says, laughing. “I feel creeped out because there’s no one else...

Lisa Wong Macabasco | Thu, Jan 24th- 12:47am | family, multi-generational homes, Exposure, Issue 25: Generation - Spring 2012, Photography

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