Hyphen magazine - Asian American arts, culture, and politics


'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

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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