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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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Finding Home & Belonging in “While I Was Away”

Middle-grade memoir “While I Was Away” by Waka T. Brown explores the challenges and joys of reconnecting with one’s cultural heritage. In this sponsored...

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9 Resources for Asian American Parents

Parenting is hard enough — but as an Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) parent, it brings upon its own unique concerns and issues. ...

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Balancing Cultural Flavors and Identity in “Measuring Up”

We’ve all been there: some version of a classroom potluck where you have to bring a dish from your cultural background....

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Activism

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...

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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...

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Arts & Culture

Author Soon Wiley Talks “When We Fell Apart”

Debut novelist Soon Wiley talks with Mochi Magazine about outsider...

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The Kintana in the Shadows

Whether working on choreography, managing projects, performing, or raising...

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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...

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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...

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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

More Pride, Less Prejudice: “Fire Island” is a Fun, Queer, Summer Rom-Com

“Fire Island," streaming on Hulu starting June 3, is an unapologetic, modern-day rom-com inspired by Jane Austen’s “Pride...

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Benedict Wong and Xochitl Gomez Steal Scenes in “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”

"Dr. Strange: Multiverse of Madness" sequel delivers characters of color, Benedict Wong and America Chavez, that AAPI audiences...

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Making Big Moves: Interview with Isabel Jones of “Lizzo’s Watch Out for the Big Grrrls”

Isabel Jones, a contender on "Lizzo's Watch Out for the Big Grrrls," talks to Mochi about all things dance, body normativity as...

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“Pachinko” Rewards Those Who Wait

Based on the best-selling novel of the same name, “Pachinko” is a sweeping multi-generational historical drama series set in...

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Relationships

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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Emerging Stronger: How to Heal from a Breakup

Recovering from a long-term relationship can be a heartbreaking experience that raises doubt, insecurity, pain, and anger, in addition to dealing with the...

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