Quin Scott

Quin Scott is a writer, painter, and educator in the Pacific Northwest. They like reading, running, and making jokes with their friends.

Carl Lorenz Cervantes finds Filipino-ness in the paranormal

How telepathy, witchcraft, psychic experiments, and ancient civilizations play a part in the Filipino Indigenization movement

Iris Chen is ‘Untigering’ the Tiger Parent

Write Quin Scott talks with the author and parenting coach about unlearning the ways of our parents for the benefit of a new generation

Eunice Lau’s ‘A-Town Boyz’ explores fractured relationships

The director on how the documentary led to a years-long journey of connecting with herself and others

Karoline: ‘Death and Other Details’ has ‘murder, mystery and sex’

The actor on their new Hulu show, growing up with conservative Chinese parents and how actors are psychotic

Jimmy Pacheco and the State of Filipino Caregivers in Israel

The recently released hostage of Hamas raises the question of a community of “transparents” and how they are seen (or not) in Israel

442: The Tradition of Feeding the Dead Lives On

For All Souls Day, we take a look at how Asian cultures show love through food—in life and death

What Can We Learn from ‘Filipino Time?’

On the final day of Filipino American History Month, we take a look at how this tendency towards tardiness could actually be a good thing

5 Asian/Asian American Ballers to Watch this NBA Season

Take note: These athletes are gearing up to make this basketball season interesting

How ‘Jury Duty’ Created a ‘Believable’ Asian Character

The buzzworthy Amazon Prime show does a lot right—but Ken’s reliance on stereotypes isn’t it