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Being an Asian American on the Ace Spectrum

Asexuality covers a range of feelings and desires related to lacking sexual attraction. For one writer, being openly ace means being at peace and living her...

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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 Asian American woman-owned bookstore in NYC’s Chinatown. ...

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Cooking Up a Burlesque Show with Calamity Chang

Calamity Chang, founder of the Asian Burlesque Festival, reveals her journey as a burlesque performer and how she produces her dim sum-themed shows. Article...

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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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Getting and Giving Love in Chinatown

Growing up in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, you’re only a few steps away from Chinatown. I have many memories there: buying “Naruto” manga and...

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How to Revamp Your Winter Skin Care Routine in 3 Easy Steps

Skin care routines can change with the seasons and climate. Here are three simple ways to ensure your skin is healthy and protected this winter....

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Anti-Blackness Harms Our Communities: Finding Solidarity in the Wake of Anti-Asian Violence

Going to Chinatown became self-care trips for me during the global pandemic. These little grocery store outings, where I comforted myself with bubble tea, food...

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Thank you, Chloe Ting: What I Learned from Completing Five Fitness Challenges

Being an Asian American female, I often felt othered in my own body because of my race and gender. It was hard enough to accept my Asian facial features, and a...

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The Look of Taiwanese Beauty

Over the years, Taiwanese beauty has been slowly but steadily launching into popularity alongside Korean beauty and Japanese beauty. Taiwan’s sustainability,...

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Dismantling The Bamboo Ceiling

In her book “Breaking Through The Bamboo Ceiling,” author Jane Hyun acknowledges that she places a lot of responsibility on Asians to improve their...

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