Teresa Tran

Teresa Tran (she/her) is an American-born Vietnamese writer and filmmaker based in Atlanta, Georgia, with a background in theater and community organizing. She has a B.A. in English and Women’s Studies and a B.S.Ed in English Education from the University of Georgia and studied British Literature at the University of Oxford. She is currently writing and directing her own short films and working on her debut novel. You can find her on Twitter at @teresatran__.

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Meet Faron Medhi, the First Indian American Miss Teen USA

Our resident pageant superfan interviews the 19-year-old Nebraskan winner on life, before and after the title

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Abi Balingit, Creator of the Viral Adobo Chocolate Chip Cookie, Responds to Haters

And she’s here to disrupt our fear of the unknown (and give you the recipe to try yourself)


Miss Universe R’Bonney Gabriel Makes History

Writer and pageant mega-fan Teresa Tran sits down with the first Filipina American woman to win the coveted title

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Emei Is the Chinese American Pop-Rock Artist We’ve Been Waiting For

With the release of her latest song, “Backtrack,” Emei represents the young, ambitious dreamers

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To All the Midnights We’ve Spent with Taylor Swift

The pop queen’s new album implores listeners to come along on her journey of self-discovery—and we’re here for the ride


Le Sserafim Are ‘Antifragile’ In Their New EP

The rookie K-pop group remains resilient as a fearsome fivesome with these new hits-in-the-making


BlackPink is Back

The internationally adored K-pop girl group just released their second album—with mixed results

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Here’s What You Missed At New York Fashion Week

It was a banner year for Asian and Asian American designers, with Peter Do, Sandy Liang, Jason Wu, and others debuting some killer looks for Spring/Summer 2023


BTS Is Taking a Break—And You Should, Too

As writer Teresa Tran has learned, hustle culture creates both burnt out artists and bad art