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Mia Nakano LGBTQ | June 29, 2014 - 4:16pm

The Visibility Project and Hyphen magazine have partnered to create LGBTQ Hyphen, the first dedicated LGBTQ online section in a mainstream and nationwide Asian American publication. This is historic. We raise and highlight LGBTQ AAPI voices like never before and bring LGBTQ AAPI opinions and lenses to national debates.

Mia Nakano LGBTQ | June 28, 2014 - 12:35am

Asian American boookstores are priceless -- precarious and brave. What Advanced Searches on Barnes & Noble.com will never yield, what the shelves of Borders can't be counted on to carry much less surrender -- the Asian American bookstore will have gathered and displayed for you, rows upon rows of just the things you might not want to miss. It's like having a literary personal shopper.

erin K Ninh | February 9, 2006 - 10:53pm
march 16 hearing group.gif "Another month has somehow slipped by. As my final deportation hearing is getting closer, I can't help but get excited. I look forward to the opportunity to express myself to the government and the people about why I deserve to stay in this country. I'll be speaking for my future. The month of February is full of hope and potential. I'm waiting for another miracle." That's the most recent post on Eddy Zheng's blog.
Momo Chang | February 9, 2006 - 8:39pm
Time to catch up on a few stories that we've reported on in past issues of Hyphen.
  • Here's an update on the Operation Meth Merchant story that we covered recently in issue 8. If you haven't been following, 49 people were charged in Georgia of selling over the counter meds that can be used for making meth. Forty-four of those people were Indian American. The Indian American community said, "Hello?! Racial profiling?!" The ACLU decided to step in and help.
  • Melissa Hung | February 9, 2006 - 11:52am
    In the spirit of The Grace Lee Project, I'm embarking on my own search for all the Harry Moks out there. Fortunately, Harry Mok isn't as common a name as Grace Lee.
    Harry Mok | February 8, 2006 - 2:57pm
    Sometimes I feel overwhelmed with the endless possibilities of things to do around here. I am lucky to live where I do (Oakland/Bay Area!). Sometimes I also feel like the events compete with one another. But all in all, I think the more the better.
    Momo Chang | February 6, 2006 - 4:14pm
    When I was a little Indian kid growing up in the suburbs of Dayton, Ohio, I would often face confusion about my ethnicity and race from my fellow classmates. I remember riding the school bus home from school and being crushed into a green rubbery seat with my friend Michelle and her little sister. We were bouncing along the street and Michelle was pointing out the window at people in passing cars and informing her little sister on the ways of the world. Michelle: See, that lady in that car is Mexican and she is bad because she takes all our jobs. Little Sister: Oh, okay. (Looking over at me with a confused look.) What about her? Michelle: Oh, she’s okay. She doesn’t count. Little Sister: (Still looking confused.) Oh?
    Neela Banerjee | February 2, 2006 - 3:39pm
    I'm bummed about this Alito thing. Roberts didn't alarm me as much. Even though Roberts is conservative, he seems like he has a good legal head on his shoulders, and that he has respect for precedent. Alito — how do I say this? — gives me the heebie-jeebies.
    Melissa Hung | February 2, 2006 - 2:45am
    Adam Carolla, Howard Stern's replacement on CBS radio, is drawing complaints from Asian American organizations for "ching chong" sound clips on his show in a segment making fun of the Asian Excellence Awards. Click here for the original post on this topic.
    Harry Mok | February 1, 2006 - 7:12pm
    Hyphen7.jpg I know some of y'all are tired of looking at the guy above from Issue 7. But take one last look. Cause he's a winner. Hyphen took home a first place prize for Best Cover at the Independent Press Association's annual convention this weekend! By prize, I mean bragging rights (no trophies were handed out).
    Melissa Hung | January 31, 2006 - 1:21am
    Please note there are two people posting on this blog entry. On January 30, Melissa posted: Happy Lunar New Year. Not to start off the year on a bad note, but here we go again with radio personalities who think it's funny to make racist comments on the air. Last Tuesday on Adam Corolla's radio show, he and his sidekick were commenting on the Asian Excellence Awards, put on by AZN TV. They claimed they had a clip of an award being presented on the show, which ended up being two guys saying nothing but "ching-chong" for 52 seconds.
    Melissa Hung | January 30, 2006 - 4:10pm
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