Front of the Book
Dubbed superhuman and savior, the Harvard basketball star is actually just like the rest of us.
Hyphen’s sensei of sensibility answers your questions about Asian culture.
Asian American life coaches help clients to “Quit Being Chinese.”
A redesigned, reinvigorated car tries to save a crestfallen automaker.
An inside look at the studio of Jean Pelle.
How to defy cultural stereotypes to be the worst Asian. Ever.
Saving face with the ladies behind Disgrasian, the year’s hottest Asian American blog.
Allison Chin is the first person of color to be president of the Sierra Club.
More than just karaoke and portraits with Mr. Hyphen Aristotle Garcia
How to move back in with your parents.
Tired of rip-offs by male-dominated auto shops, one woman fights back — by opening her own.
MyMomIsAFob.com and MyDadIsAFob.com make light of unintended gaffes. We showed our parents. They laughed — a little.
For some Asian American activist parents, naming their kids is a political affair.
A look back at six years and 16 issues of Hyphen.
Aristotle Garcia takes title for top Asian American male activist.