- Cho talks about starring in "Harold and Kumar: Escape from Guantanamo Bay" and what it's like to take on the iconic role of Sulu in the "Star Trek" prequel movie.
- Speaking of "Star Trek," we'll go where no magazine has gone before and scrutinize the white-dominated utopian future envisioned by the show and movies.
- Byler, the filmmaker behind "Charlotte Sometimes" and "Tre," discusses art, activism and his support for Barack Obama.
- Hyphen lays down the odds on who will be the first Asian American to run for president.
- We'll look at the burgeoning Asian Pacific Islander prison population, what binds API inmates together and the writings of ex-prisoner Eddy Zheng.
- An actor, a museum curator, a balloonist, an Elvis collector and an ocean swimmer tell us how they use their space.
- We'll look at the legacy and rebirth of Seattle's Wing Luke Museum and the International Hotel in San Francisco.
- We profile "Jonah Hex" creator Tony DeZuniga, leader of the “Filipino Invasion” of American comics
John Cho, Eric Byler Featured in Spaces Issue of Hyphen
Editor in Chief Harry Mok wrote about growing up on a Chinese vegetable farm for the second issue of Hyphen and has been a volunteer editor since 2004. As a board member of the San Francisco and New York chapters of the Asian American Journalists Association, Harry has recruited and organized events for student members. He holds a master’s degree in journalism from the University of California, Berkeley, where he was also a graduate student instructor in the Asian American Studies Department.