The only context in which I used to hear the word “skinship” growing up would be when my mother...Read More
Author: Sarah Jinee Park
“Instead of Paddling Frantically, I Turned Onto My Back and Began to Float”: On Drowning … and Finally Seeking Mental Health Care on My Own Terms
May 27, 2021 | Activism
This article is part of a series of articles commemorating Mental Health Awareness Month. We...Read More
Childhood nostalgia, big dreams, and sugar highs: Learn how Lazy Sundaes’ co-founders Tammy Na and Amber Luan opened 3 bingsoo and bubble tea shops in NYC during the COVID-19 pandemic.Read More
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 review, we explain why Mochi readers should get this book to empower the young readers in our lives.Read More
No longer just an app for food pictures and selfies, Instagram (IG) has grown into a powerful...Read More
Sep 30, 2020 | Arts & Culture
A Tween Immigrant Chef Finds Courage in this Graphic Novel for Readers 8+ We’ve all been there:...Read More
Curious about the “Defund the Police” movement? Here’s how reallocating exorbitant police budgets to social services instead will create better equipped, better trained, and overall safer alternatives to calling the police that will not endanger Black lives.Read More
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