Reflections on the echoes of Cho Seung-Hui.
Latest media brouhaha distracts from educational barriers confronting the Asian American 99%.
Hyphen reflects on Asian Americans in mainstream and indie narratives in 2011.
Guest blogger Louise Tam's second post in her series on the MAD Movement's critique of the psychiatric complex.
This Burns My Heart heralds the arrival of an exciting new talent.
Filipino Soup for the Soul Workshop, Parol Lantern Holiday Festival, Post-It Show, and much more.
Deconstructing cars on Work of Art, cooking in the dirt on Top Chef, tears on Survivor, and late night's got hip-hop and ... cancer?
A report from San Francisco State University and the Burma Refugee Family Network finds that 60 percent of refugees from Myanmar in Oakland are living in extreme poverty.
Mosey with us through the South, a region rich with history and culture -- and one that is vital to, but often overlooked in, Asian American history.
The previous issue of Hyphen is available in its entirety for your perusing pleasure. Almost as good as having it right in your hands!
Tweets by @hyphenmagazine
Since we are run entirely by volunteers, all donations go toward the production and marketing of the magazine. Donate today and become a member of our Overachievers Club. For a $50 donation you'll get a free subscription (and virtual hugs).
Did you know that Hyphen is produced by an all-volunteer staff? This makes us -- that's right -- overachievers. We know you want to be one too.
Founded in 2002, Hyphen is a nonprofit news and culture magazine that tells the stories of Asian America with substance, style and sass.
More about Hyphen