Issue 1: Premiere - Summer 2003

Features

Hundreds of Cambodian Americans who fled the Khmer Rouge as youngsters face exile to a country they can hardly remember.

Genevieve Roja - June 1, 2003
  • Vinyl killer-cum-graphic novelist Kid Koala on robots, Wurlitzers, and B-I-N-G-O.
  • Thirty-five years ago, young activists had to fight to become Asian American. Now, our radical heritage has been lost in the generation gap.
  • As the community gapples with hate crimes, discrimination and insensitivity, who speaks for Asian America?

Featurettes

Critically acclaimed food zine eats up the scene

Jane Yin - June 1, 2003

Artwell

Gennifer Hirano strips down to reveal naked irony

Samantha Chanse - June 1, 2003

Film

Exploring Arthur Dong’s new queer documentary.

Robert Ito - June 1, 2003

Books

Meera Nair's Last Chance.

Lisa Ko - June 1, 2003
  • We asked Don Lee, author of 'Yellow': What are your favorite books of all time?

FRONT OF THE BOOK

The hidden dangers of hepatitis B.

Jennifer Huang - June 1, 2003