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The World’s on Fire—Kristy Drutman Wants Us to Do Something About It

The environmentalist content creator and entrepreneur talks entrepreneurship, applying her mixed perspective on creating climate solutions, and how you can do the same



The Abundance of a Mixed, Asexual Life

Writer Ryan Cotter engages a group of mixed-Asian asexuals on identity, self discovery, and claiming their superpowers

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Helen Huang Wants to Change How You Think About Fashion

The costume designer behind some of your favorite shows talks inspiration, her latest projects, and breaking character expectations

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Tori Tsui Tells Us ‘It’s Not Just You’

The Hong Kong-born climate activist on mental health, environmental advocacy, and abandoning individual perfectionism in pursuit of community-oriented action

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Charlene Kaye Treats Trauma with Tenderness in ‘Tiger Daughter’

The musician and comedian talks with writer Jalen Jones on her one-person show and upcoming album

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Inside the Home of Seattle’s Doughnut Queen

For Mi Kim, less is more—in flavor profiles and design aesthetic alike

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Director Celine Song on the Love Behind ‘Past Lives’

The debut filmmaker talks to writer Carolyn Hinds about her new film, a love story for the ages, but not in the way you think

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Warwick Reider of ‘The Bachelorette’ is Our Sleepy Meme King

This Japanese American heartthrob is ready for love—and a nap!

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Annelise Hickey Is Not Half of Anything

The filmmaker discusses the Pasifika community in Australia, the making of “Hafekasi,” and how she’s taking the word back

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Heliaki Uses Fashion as a Movement

The brand honors the Pacific Islands, one culturally focused garment at a time

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Ana Cruz Kayne Used to Set Barbies on Fire—Now She Is One

The actress discusses her role in one of Hollywood’s most highly anticipated films of the year, her love-hate relationship with the doll, and the importance of telling your own story

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The ‘Flawless’ Imperfections of K-Beauty

Writer and K-beauty expert Ray Liu examines Elise Hu’s new book and the future of this booming industry

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Victoria Ying is Telling Her Own Story in Her Own Voice

Writer Priya Sridhar talks to the former Disney illustrator on her new book, “Hungry Ghosts,” and other upcoming projects

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Daphne Zelle’s ‘Your Face’ Scares You Into Paying Attention

The multi-hyphenate’s short horror film follows a young man as he confronts eerie, faceless creatures around New York City

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‘Khmeraspora’: A Celebration of Cambodian Culture and Arts

The collaboration between the Long Beach Symphony and rapper PraCh Ly tells the story of a Cambodian American experience from the Khmer Rouge to present day

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In Mai Nguyen’s ‘Sunshine Nails,’ Nail Techs are Front and Center

The author talks growing up as a nail salon kid and clapping back at problematic customers in her debut book


442: Chinese Immigrants’ Hellish Experiences on Angel Island

For those who passed through the Bay Area immigration station, its 30 years of operation are an era considered best forgotten


The Mental Health Stakes of Asian Representation

We need to push beyond the Asian Woman Therapist trope and have real representation of AA+PI mental health

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Meet the Visual Masterminds Behind Some of Your Favorite TV Sets

Cindy Chao and Michele Yu talk about their production design work on “A Black Lady Sketch Show” and working on a set led by mostly BIPOC women

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‘We Are All Tang Ladies’

Artist Nina Kuo weighs in on navigating the intricate balance between her American upbringing and her Chinese heritage through a multi-year series of ‘Tang Ladies’


442: The murder of Vincent Chin

How his death galvanized a community and sparked the Asian American movement

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Edward Yoo Pokropski and the Greatest Adoption Story Ever Told

Writer Angela Wong Carbone talks to the comedian about identity politics, dark humor, and the open-ended story of his life as a Korean adoptee