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Pursuing Possibilities With Calista Wu

When I first met the multitalented multihyphenate Calista Wu on the social audio app Clubhouse back in January 2021, I didn’t think she was real. Not only is...

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Dear Mochi: How to Live With In-Laws

Dear Mochi, My husband and I are currently discussing whether or not to have his parents move in with us, and I am torn. Though I would want to care for my...

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SPONSORED POST: 9 Resources for Asian American Parents

This article was sponsored by HarperCollins. All opinions are of the writer’s and not representative of HarperCollins or its subsidiary companies. This post...

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Kublai Kwon: The Social Engineer Behind Joy Ruckus Club

(With contributions by Emily Lu Gao) Every industry needs a trailblazer — and the Asian American music industry has Kublai Kwon. Over the past two decades,...

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Actor/Dancer Mickeey Nguyen Reminds Us to Make the Best of Our Lives

Actor Mickeey Nguyen not only plays everyone’s best friend on his current sci-fi/hip-hop series, “Utopia Falls” (Hulu and CBC, 2020), he could definitely...

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“Little America”: The Series We Need for Our Anti-Immigrant Times

In this fraught, xenophobic and racist time, in great part egged on by our current President, the series “Little America” (Apple TV+, 2020) is vital to...

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Sophie Cheung’s “The Dragon Dream” Awakens Conversations About Mental Health

Content Warning: suicide, depression, anxiety What Sophie Cheung remembered most from primary school in Hong Kong was aspiring to get into the best university...

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How K-pop Band BTS Gave Me Permission to Be a Woman Who Wants

The following article is an op-ed that expresses the writer’s personal opinions.  It is transgressive for a woman to want. We are told by society that...

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The Historical Significance of the Miss Chinatown U.S.A. Pageant

This is the first 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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“To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You” Is the Model Teen Rom Com

“To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You” (2020) is a delight, the standard to which all teenage romantic comedies should be held. Funny, clever and...

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