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Hyphen magazine sits down with Ro Khanna -- who is trying to unseat Congressman and fellow Democrat Mike Honda in 2014 -- to talk politics,
campaigning, and whether challenging the AAPI community’s elder statesman is a
wise thing to do.
Arvin Chen’s sophomore film, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow, debuted at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival. He describes his process in character development, why he decided to include elements of magical realism, and how he inadvertently ended up casting two Taiwanese pop stars in the lead roles.
Today would've been David's 15th birthday. To commemorate his birthday, Hyphen Magazine has created an online memorial, which includes a letter from the Phan family, a gallery of letters from classmates and teachers, and a request from the Phan family for donations to support an anti-bullying fund.
novel Salvationof a Saint plays out far more
traditionally than his previous The Devotion of Suspect X, with a
whodunit plot, several possible suspects, alibis, wronged women, and
implausible explanations for the murder.
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