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Hyphen reviews Min Sook Lee's documentary My Toxic Baby, one mother's educational journey through green parenting.
We share a supplemental video and the author's personal observations on her "Motherhood Rooted" story, about postpartum traditions among Asian and Pacific Islander moms.
The final installment of traditional postpartum recipes for healing and health. Here's one for Sesame Oil Chicken, or ma you ji.
In our Bittersweet issue, Asian American moms share traditional recipes for postpartum health. Here's one for Korean seaweed soup, including a vegetarian version.
In our Bittersweet issue, we explore traditional postpartum practices among Asian American moms. We share some of their special recipes for mothers who've just given birth.
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Here's an op-ed by UCLA Professor of education and Asian American studies Mitchell Chang on one possible negative effect of the Tiger Mom book (Amy Chua's Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother): more stereotypes of Asian American college applicants that will (further) hurt their chances of getting into colleges and universities.
Here's an excerpt from the op-ed:
That is not John Cho, folks. That's Taiwanese pop singer Jay Chou in Columbia Pictures' The Green Hornet.
I interviewed Taiwanese pop star, composer, singer and actor Jay Chou (周杰倫), who stars in the new comedy-action The Green Hornet, directed by Michel Gondry and also starring Seth Rogen and Cameron Diaz. The Green Hornet has seen many lives, but is most famous for introducing Bruce Lee to the wide world in the 1966 TV show. Chou plays Lee’s character, Kato, sidekick to Rogen’s main character. .
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