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Community & Social

Tim Tau discusses writing and story-making with the Pulitzer Prize writer
The Woo-Woo: How I Survived Ice Hockey, Drug Raids, Demons, and My Crazy Chinese Family will make you feel like your family is kind of boring.
Grandpa drafted a blueprint for the treehouse when the cold shut us in and curved our bodies around steaming dinner dishes. 
“My mama says you’re a liar,” she said. “She said everything you told me was made-up. She’s goin’ to call your mama and tell her you’re making up stories.”
Rochelle was different. She could hardly make a move that wasn’t interesting. 

Arts & Culture

Photo from Double Awesome Chinese Food
An Introduction to the Series 
Tim Tau discusses writing and story-making with the Pulitzer Prize writer
"In arithmetic terms, you were the sum of us. We were going to become mothers."
Cover of BANGKOK WAKES TO RAIN
An excerpt from BANGKOK WAKES TO RAIN, a beautifully inventive debut novel that bends time and place in Thailand's capital.

News & Politics

Check out our profiles of three Asian American Candidates in Key Districts.
A former White House advisor in New Jersey is talking health care and taxes; Republicans say he’s “not one of us.”
A tech innovator trying to modernize the nation’s economy in Arizona’s 6th District
An Air Force Veteran Fights for Health Care in a Key Texas Battleground
Representation for its own sake may do more harm than good.
How do issues of race, gender and community intersect with sexual harassment? Who is being left out of the conversation? What issues are being overlooked?
How to really root for each other? Reunite families and demilitarize borders.

More Recent Posts

Grandpa drafted a blueprint for the treehouse when the cold shut us in and curved our bodies around steaming dinner dishes. 
Liana Fu - December 7, 2018
Wong Fu Production's latest short features the production company's first lead LGBTQ characters. We sat down with Alice Tsui, one of the lead actresses, and asked her a few questions.  
Kelley Still - December 6, 2018
APSC and Hyphen are seeking writing/editing mentors for contributors to APSC's second anthology of narratives from incarcerated/formerly incarcerated people.
Karissa Chen - December 3, 2018
A Review of Isako Isako by Mia Malhotra
Tamiko Beyer - November 29, 2018
A Review of The Incendiaries by R.O. Kwon
Joyce Chen - November 18, 2018
“My mama says you’re a liar,” she said. “She said everything you told me was made-up. She’s goin’ to call your mama and tell her you’re making up stories.”
Katherine Min - November 8, 2018
An excerpt from THE KINSHIP OF SECRETS, a story of a family torn apart by the Korean War.
Eugenia Kim - November 6, 2018