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An Artist’s Exploration of Cultural Superstitions: Peter Chan’s “Ideals & Traditions” Series

If you grew up in an Asian family, you might have heard these words of caution: Each remaining grain of rice in your bowl represents a blemish on your future...

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And Baby Makes Three: Queer Couples Becoming Parents

The road to parenthood for queer couples is not as well-paved or simple as it is for cis-gender hetero couples, particularly when it comes to conception. Two...

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“If It’s Not Dogs or Waves, She Will Still Likely Face Anxiety”: Empowering My Daughter Through Therapy

Mochi’s series commemorating Mental Health Awareness Month kicks off with a personal narrative by Mochi's managing editor, Melody, who discovers that her...

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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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The Magical Connection of Words

E.J. Koh’s memoir “The Magical Language of Others” touches on Koh’s life between adolescence and adulthood, woven around handwritten letters from her...

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One Woman’s Face Mask Design Protects Vulnerable Populations and the Environment

Moved by the need for affordable and accessible face protection among vulnerable populations, Becky Shander created an environmentally sustainable face mask...

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“Far East Deep South”: One Family’s Story of Chinese Americans in the South

Other than a photo of his father’s grave in Cleveland, Charles Chiu has little to no memory of his father, K.C. Lou. So when Charles, his wife, two sons and...

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Voices Raised for Hong Kong

Many of us, from all different backgrounds, are often taught to silence ourselves or to stay out of uncomfortable, controversial conversations for...

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