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To Be Asian is to Be Angry

Rage has always been a part of Asian American identity, contradicting the model minority stereotype. But even with our history of pain and rage, we can pursue...

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Navigating My Immigrant Guilt

For second-generation immigrants trying to navigate immigrant guilt, growing up is a constant balancing act between honoring our parents and honoring our own...

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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, were important in my journey....

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