Club banger, but not a classic: new Hyphen blog columnist Ky-Phong Tran reviews VH1's documentary on the Los Angeles Riots.
photographer, video artist, surreal storytellerMeeting the Stranger’s World, Issue 12
In honor of Hyphen’s 25th issue, I present a highly subjective list of the
25 best Asian and Asian American
characters on television and in the
movies. The list is, for the most part, contemporary, but I also include
characters who are icons,...
Writer-Director Timothy Tau pays homage to a pioneering yet little-known Asian American actor.
A new documentary makes
the case for the creepy white guy with yellow fever.
Hyphen interviews actor Justin Lee about Arrested Development, his new web series, and his dream roles.
How you can support this quirky documentary about parental love and the refugee experience in small-town America?
Filmmaker Meera Menon talks about her new film Farah Goes Bang, and its frank depiction of one woman's emerging sexuality.
Screenwriter Koji Sakai talks about his provocatively titled film, Chink, about an Asian American serial killer.
Hollywood's next likely blockbuster, The Hunger Games is different from past remakes or adaptations of Asian stories in that its creator denies...
We're talkin' 'bout a revolution! Our latest issue features key revolutionaries Grace Lee Boggs and Yuri Kochiyama, along with grassroots movements happening today.
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