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Anna Gracia Shares Why Boys Are Trash in “Boys I Know”

Anna Gracia's debut young adult novel "Boys I Know" paints a realistic picture of the pressures of being Asian American, touching on parent-child dynamics,...

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Two Sisters Find that “This Place is Still Beautiful” Because It is Home

XiXi Tian tells an honest story of two biracial sisters who struggle with painful truths and find that “This Place is Still Beautiful” in the aftermath of...

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Alexene Farol Follmuth’s “My Mechanical Romance” Makes STEM a Little Bit Steamy

Alexene Farol Follmuth's debut YA novel "My Mechanical Romance" is a must-read high school love story that also gives a glimpse of the challenges and...

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Laura Gao Shows Us The Wuhan She Knows and More in “Messy Roots”

Laura Gao shows the Wuhan she knows, what it’s like growing up as a queer immigrant in Texas, and the diversity of Asian Americans in her graphic memoir...

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Activism

The Fight for Abortion Rights is at the Ballot Box

Today’s Supreme Court decision on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Center unravels the right to abortion Americans have known...

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It’s Time Asian Americans Talk About Sex

Xixi Wang, the founder of @AsiansForSexPositivity Instagram account, is building a community where people feel safe to discuss...

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Arts & Culture

5 Books by Asian and Asian American Authors for Summer 2022

Mochi celebrates the summer with five new books written by Asian women,...

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Anna Gracia Shares Why Boys Are Trash in “Boys I Know”

Anna Gracia's debut young adult novel "Boys I Know" paints a realistic picture...

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Two Sisters Find that “This Place is Still Beautiful” Because It is Home

XiXi Tian tells an honest story of two biracial sisters who struggle with...

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How Chinatown’s Yu and Me Books is Revolutionizing the Literary Canon

Learn how Yu and Me Books highlights BIPOC and immigrant stories as the first...

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Black Allyship

Injustice by Design, Solidarity by Choice

The 1992 Los Angeles Uprisings, or Saigu, traumatized many in the Black, Korean, and other communities. Thirty years later, what have we learned?...

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Actor John Cho on his middle grade debut “Troublemaker,” the LA Riots, and Social Justice

When the George Floyd protests happened last year, actor John Cho immediately thought about how his children would understand and perceive the events unfolding...

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Entertainment

Being Queer and Chinese: Four Movies That Spoke to Who I Am

As a queer Chinese American, I found comfort and understanding in my identity through art and media. Four movies, in particular,...

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Lana Condor’s Netflix Series “Boo, Bitch” Courts Death, Popularity, and Confidence

Netflix's "Boo, Bitch" gives us a hilarious look into the life of a visible teenage ghost, played by actor and executive producer...

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Constance Wu Shines a Light on Journalistic Integrity in “The Terminal List”

The jingoistic Amazon Original Series takes you down a tunnel of American government conspiracy theories. We talked to Constance...

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Polite Laughs and Cultural Representation with Frieda Pinto of “Mr. Malcolm’s List”

“Mr. Malcolm’s List” brings polite laughs — the kind you can hide behind a gloved hand — and a more traditional love...

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Relationships

Happily Ever After: A Portrait of My Parent’s Marriage

Sometimes, the romanticized view we had growing up of our parents' marriage was not really as healthy as we thought. ...

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It’s Okay to Break Up with Your Relatives

Families are messy. We fight. We cry. We laugh. For some folks, family means their biological relatives. But for many, family also consists of close friends,...

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Our Voices

Embracing My Cambodian Refugee Heritage When History Wants to Forget

A Cambodian refugee’s daughter fights to remember her family history despite stigma and government dismissal....

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Finding Connection Through Chinese Kinship Terms

Chinese kinship terms emphasize the collectivist nature of our families, reminding us that we are part of something greater than ourselves. ...

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Happily Ever After: A Portrait of My Parent’s Marriage

Sometimes, the romanticized view we had growing up of our parents' marriage was not really as healthy as we thought. ...

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How I Found Empowerment Through Wearing Lingerie and Posing for Boudoir

In boudoir, I learned that having control over my body is having control over my story. Wearing lingerie and exploring boudoir have become a form of nurturing...

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