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How Chinatown’s Yu and Me Books is Revolutionizing the Literary Canon

Learn how Yu and Me Books highlights BIPOC and immigrant stories as the first Asian American woman-owned bookstore in NYC’s Chinatown. ...

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Deviating from the Expected Asian American Trajectory

Quitting my 9-5 felt like the hardest decision I've ever had to make. But it was never meant for me in the first place. So why did I spend so long thinking it...

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Costume Concept Artist Darell Fuentes Reveals His Inspirations

Darell Fuentes, a Filipino costume concept artist, speaks with Mochi Mag about his creative calling, his body of work, and what inspires him to be the greatest...

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Getting a Master’s Degree: Dual Perspectives on Graduate School During the Pandemic and Investing in Yourself

Two Mochi staffers explain their "when" and "why" to pursue grad school, and what their experiences have been like as Asian American women. ...

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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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