By Saskya Jain
killed it,” Dhanesh said to Chunni.
The two children hovered over the
rose stalk, which they had secretly removed from the garden and planted in a
By Fan Wu
By William Shih
By Serena Lin
Just a little bit farther.
The rock grated against the dirt, leaving lime and sandstone, rubbing
bits of dust into the private’s hands.
He crawled a few more inches...
Back in November, we announced the winner of the 2011 Asian American Short Story Contest, co-sponsored by Hyphen and The Asian American Writers' Workshop. A runner-up and several honorable...
By Uthaya Kumar
“I just gave the last
meal to him,” said Gopal in exasperation, the roadside restaurant owner,
pointing his finger at me.
By Shymala Dason
Many Asian, Middle Eastern, Latin, indigenous and other cultures view the month or so following birth as a sacred and crucial time for new moms to recover.
As the newest generation of Asian Americans seek college admission, the landscape they face shifts continuously.
We break down post-birth traditions by culture, and the different rituals that celebrate your new arrival.
Mosey with us through the South, a region rich with history and culture -- and one that is vital to, but often overlooked in, Asian American history.
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