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Community & Social

Matthew Salesses talks to Hyphen about his new book, Craft in the Real World
A Review of Saucy by Cynthia Kadohata and illustrated by Marianna Raskin
A Conversation with K-Ming Chang
A Review of Wild Geese Sorrow by Jeffrey Thomas Leong

Arts & Culture

"What mattered was not the truth of the words themselves but rather how they made you feel."
Speaking with Michelle Zauner about her new memoir, Crying in H Mart

News & Politics

A resource list for the Asian American community to do our part in dismantling anti-Black racism.
From meal services to infosheets and masks, organizations are stepping up to help Koreatown's OG residents
A message and list of resources courtesy of our network organization, AACRE 
The roots of Indian America's conservative politics — and how other Indian diasporas may point to possible alternatives.
Lynn, Massachusetts is home to the third-largest Cambodian American population in the country. 28-year old Cinda Danh could become their first Asian American city councilor.
"I often wonder what King Kalākaua would think of today ... How would he understand the observatories, set to study the heavens at the cost of the gods?" Contributor Madelyn McKeague walks us through the history that led to today's fight to protect the sacred site.
To understand her story, we have to go back to the beginning of Asian immigration exclusion.

More Recent Posts

Cover of Pop Song
An essay collection that catalogs all the things that can combust us: relationships, art, sex, drugs and heartache
Emily Villanueva - May 22, 2021
By the time I embraced Korean culture, it was suddenly desirable. Being Korean was cool. Having my birth culture enter the mainstream was complicated as an American-raised adoptee. I felt guilty that I didn’t know about Korean culture until it was popular and embarrassed that I didn’t grow up the child of Korean parents or with any connection to Korean culture. I felt guilty because I did not feel like I had earned the benefits of the Korean brand.
Samantha Rauer - May 11, 2021
"What mattered was not the truth of the words themselves but rather how they made you feel."
Daniel Kuo - April 28, 2021

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