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The Power Of Unrelenting Hope In “House Of Sticks”

Ly Tran’s debut memoir “House of Sticks” is an inspiring coming-of-age tale of a young immigrant girl rediscovering the meaning of hope in America....

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Gathering Around the Table with Asian Comfort Foods

With COVID-19 slowly becoming a haunting memory thanks to the rapid distribution of vaccines, the return of communal dining is on the horizon with the promise...

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It’s Okay to Break Up with Your Relatives

Families are messy. We fight. We cry. We laugh. For some folks, family means their biological relatives. But for many, family also consists of close friends,...

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Sustainable Farming with Farmer Mai

Mai Nguyen grew up in San Diego to refugee parents from Vietnam and studied geography at University of California, Berkeley before becoming a farmer. In...

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Growing into my Transracial Adoptee Identity

Lost in a sea of wavy blonde locks and blue irises, my straight black hair and brown eyes set me apart from classmates, teachers and family alike. For as long...

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These Anti-Asian Racism Organizations Are Proof That Care— NOT COPS — Protects The Community

As the Asian community grapples with the meaning of safety in the wake of surging hate crimes, these AAPI-led organizations are proof that care for the...

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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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Parents Are Human: A Game to Break Down Barriers

Joseph Lam created a card game to start conversations and build relationships with our parents....

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Cooking and Community with Quincy Surasmith

Multidisciplinary artist Quincy Surasmith is bringing people together digitally through his podcast and in person through his Los Angeles-based “pop-up...

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