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Author Soon Wiley Talks “When We Fell Apart”

Debut novelist Soon Wiley talks with Mochi Magazine about outsider perspectives, the liminal state of being biracial, and his book "When We Fell Apart."...

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Actor John Cho on his middle grade debut “Troublemaker,” the LA Riots, and Social Justice

When the George Floyd protests happened last year, actor John Cho immediately thought about how his children would understand and perceive the events unfolding...

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Laura Gao Shows Us The Wuhan She Knows and More in “Messy Roots”

Laura Gao shows the Wuhan she knows, what it’s like growing up as a queer immigrant in Texas, and the diversity of Asian Americans in her graphic memoir...

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Children’s Book “Amah Faraway” Brings Closer Memories of Going to Taiwan

“Amah Faraway” by Margaret Chiu Greanias and Tracy Subisak is a fun and relatable nod to Taiwanese American kids going to Taiwan for the first time. ...

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Being Seen: Joanna Ho’s “Eyes” Brings Asian Representation to Picture Books

Joanna Ho's "Eyes that Speak to the Stars" follows an Asian boy who finds a new love for the way his eyes are shaped. The book, a companion to "Eyes that Kiss...

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“How We Fall Apart” Toes the Dangerous Line Between Representation & Irresponsibility

"How We Fall Apart" by Katie Zhao is a captivatingly written young adult thriller that exposes different layers of the model minority myth but also...

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In “Ghost Forest,” Absence Is as Powerful as Presence

“Ghost Forest” is a kaleidoscopic debut from Chinese Canadian writer Pik-Shuen Fung. Though the book is a novel, it often reads like a memoir in its...

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Jenny Qi and Kat Chow Grapple with Mother-Loss in Debut Books, “Focal Point” and “Seeing Ghosts”

Journalist Kat Chow and poet Jenny Qi show readers how we can continue our relationships with loved ones even after their deaths...

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“Not Here to Be Liked” Challenges What Asian Girls Look Like in Media

In “Not Here to Be Liked,” Michelle Quach explores love, friendship, and what it means to be a “good feminist” as an Asian American girl in a world...

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Immigrant Songs and Unexpected Love Stories: Why You Need to Read Yoon Choi’s “Skinship”

The only context in which I used to hear the word “skinship” growing up would be when my mother stated she was uncomfortable with it. “Skinship,” after...

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