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June 2020 Resource Roundup: Learn to be an Ally

As co-editors of the Black Allyship @ Mochi column, we want to acknowledge our limited capacity and highlight resources already created by Black and Asian...

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Black Allyship @ Mochi: Mission Statement

The Black Allyship @ Mochi column is an ongoing project that urges an awareness of racial injustice in the United States, particularly the oppression of Black...

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Comcast’s Meet & Greet with Wesley Chan of Wong Fu Productions

This is the third article in a series of articles sponsored by Comcast. All opinions belong to the writer and do not represent the opinions of Comcast or its...

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In Conversation with Acclaimed Poet and Author of “Oculus,” Sally Wen Mao

When I first met Sally Wen Mao we were in college, attending a staff meeting of our campus’ Asian American magazine. She walked into the room — tall, hair...

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San Francisco’s Chinese New Year Parade Marches On

This is the second article in a series of articles sponsored by Comcast. All opinions are of the writer’s and not representative of Comcast or its subsidiary...

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Brooklyn’s Poet Laureate, Tina Chang, on Expectations, America, and her new book, “Hybrida”

Tina Chang’s name first came into my consciousness when my dad excitedly emailed me: Brooklyn’s Poet Laureate has a name that’s almost the same as...

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Dear Mochi: My Father-in-Law is Patriarchal

Dear Mochi, I’m writing from Texas, hoping you can help with a little family issue (or maybe it’s a big family issue, since everything’s bigger in...

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Dear Mochi (Father’s Day Edition)

Dear Mochi: “Knowing Father’s Day might be emotional for her, I’m trying to figure out the best approach.” You won’t be hurting her by bringing it...

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Cool Kid in School, Dallas Liu

“Shuji, get off AOL!” screams 7th grader Maya Ishii-Peters, right before the opening credits of Hulu’s hit comedy series “PEN15.” The year is 2000,...

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Lessons From a High School Entrepreneur

Tina Xia is a senior at Walt Whitman High School in Bethesda, Maryland. At age 17, she is already the founder of a profitable small business, Qualitrusty....

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