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Author Maria Dong Centers A Different Kind of Protagonist in New Suspense Novel “Liar, Dreamer, Thief”

Maria Dong, the author of the newly released suspense novel "Liar, Dreamer, Thief," talks about mental illness in her work and in her personal life....

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Maple Lam’s “Dim Sum, Here We Come!” is a Delicious Picture Book on Sharing, Kindness, and Chinese American Dining

"Dim Sum, Here We Come!," written and illustrated by Maple Lam, introduces young readers to Chinese American culture and dining, as well as the family...

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Conversation with Felicia Chiao, Illustrator of A24’s New Children’s Book by Daniel Kwan

Mochi talks with Felicia Chiao, illustrator of A24's new children's book "24 Minutes to Bedtime!," written by Daniel Kwan....

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Books to Gift For Every Age Group

From the youngest readers to the ones who read them, this gift guide has books for every age group....

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Subtle Asian Baking for the Holidays with Kat Lieu

Kat Lieu, founder of the Subtle Asian Baking Facebook group, grew an online community that has the key ingredients of collaboration, appreciation, activism,...

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Decolonize Your Media This Holiday Season with These Podcasts, TV Shows, and Books

In honor of Native American Heritage Month, here's a list of creative contributions from or about the Indigenous community....

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Let’s Cook Colorful Egg Fried Rice From “Morning Sun in Wuhan”

"Morning Sun in Wuhan" follows 13 year-old Mei, as she navigates the beginning of the pandemic and as her community bands together in the face of uncertainty. ...

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Excerpts from “Nonwhite and Woman: 131 Micro Essays on Being in the World”

"Nonwhite and Woman: 131 Micro Essays on Being in the World" features the stories of women of color. Here, Mochi shares excerpts from by Asian writers. ...

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Our Favorite Fall Book Releases By Asian Authors

Mochi Mag is ushering in the fall season's newest books by Asian authors who are keeping us cozy with their stories of activism, mystery, world-building,...

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Jiehae Park’s “peerless” Gives Macbeth a Satirical Asian American Twist

Jiehae Park’s “peerless,” an Off-Broadway adaptation of Shakespeare’s “Macbeth,” is set in the modern-day Asian American college applications world...

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