Hyphen magazine - Asian American arts, culture, and politics


Nest Egg

Assisted reproductive technology is largely devoid of government regulation, standardized protocols and risk information for many participants — including, increasingly, Asian women.

Teresa Chin | Wed, Jul 10th- 1:11pm | Business, Feature, Health & Environment, Issue 27: Sex - Summer 2013, Parenthood, Science, Sex

Meera Menon's Farah Goes Bang explores culture, sex, and political activism among road-tripping presidential campaign volunteers. 

So Yun Um | Wed, Mar 26th- 7:34am | Business, Culture, Film, Film Festivals, Gender, Media, Race, Reviews, Sex, Social Issues

In Family Ingredients, chefs Ed Kenney and Alan Wong introduce viewers to the origins of multiethnic Hawai'ian cuisine.

Jeeae Chang | Wed, Mar 26th- 7:34am | Business, Culture, Film, Film Festivals, Food

Get ready for this year's CAAMFest, screening March 14-24th in San Francisco, Berkeley, and Oakland.

Noah Cho | Tue, Mar 25th- 10:12am | Business, Film Festivals

Yellow Power

Yellow’s not always mellow. A shared interest in media portrayals of Asian American male sexuality led nonprofit consultant Cynthia Brothers and her business partner (who goes by the name “Bang!”) to the Yellow Peril — a fully functional dildo as...

Anne Phabmixay | Tue, Jan 21st- 1:43pm | Business, Takeout, Issue 27: Sex - Summer 2013, Sex

What's a Filipino Yat? Find out the answer and get to know Brenda Buenviaje, the woman behind the tremendously popular Southern cuisine restaurant Brenda's French Soul Food in San Francisco...

RJLozada | Fri, Mar 1st- 12:21am | new orleans, restaurants, soul food, Business, Food


While the Silicon Valley of Apple and Facebook is no longer a land of blossoms and orchards, Chinese farmers like the Kuangs continue to wage a battle for farmland preservation in Santa Clara County.


John C. Liau | Tue, Feb 19th- 12:52pm | Business, Food, Online Exclusive, Health & Environment, Issue 26: The South - Spring 2013, Immigration

"I had a great life but I must leave." These were the last words written by David Q. Phan, a 14-year-old Vietnamese American junior high school student from Taylorsville, Utah, before he committed suicide. A grieving family -- and multiple...

Terry K Park | Fri, Jan 25th- 1:15pm | Blogger Column, bullying, queer, suicide, Utah, vietnamese americans, Activism, Business, Community, News & Politics, Politics, Race, Social Issues, Social Justice

If you have a Facebook account, ever shopped on Etsy, ever followed or created a fashion-related Pinterest board, or flipped through the Style section of a major newspaper recently, chances are you’ve seen one: The Fashion Blogger Pose.


Minh-Ha T. Pham | Sat, Jan 19th- 3:22am | blogs, susie bubble, Across the Desk, Business, Fashion, Gender

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