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Book Review: 'Leche' by R. Zamora Linmark

Fans of the Asian American classic Rolling the R's are in luck: R. Zamora Linmark's frenetic meditation on Hawaiian transnational teenagerhood is finally sequeled.

Claire Light | Books, Issue 24: Survival - Winter 2011
Uncharted Territory

The view of Asian America from the 2010 Census

Nicole Wong | Feature, Issue 24: Survival - Winter 2011
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Editor's Note: Moving Forward, Moving On

Hyphen is not unlike many of the subjects in this Survival Issue. While the Internet was killing traditional...

Harry Mok | Editor's Note, Issue 24: Survival - Winter 2011

As a Hyphen staffer for most of the past nine years, Sita Kuratomi Bhaumik knows about survival. She was Takeout editor in our early years and then returned for a second tour as...

Lisa Wong Macabasco | Contributors, Issue 24: Survival - Winter 2011

Out and about across Asian America.

Issue 23: The Bittersweet Issue Teaser Party in Los Angeles
Photos by Jeff Wong


Hatty Lee | Events, Issue 24: Survival - Winter 2011
In the Face of Bullying

Asian American teens bear the brunt of bullies, but a group of Philadelphia teens shows it can be stopped.

Writer: Helen I. Hwang

On a cold December day in 2009, just weeks before Christmas, 15-year-old Trang Dang was walking home from school with her sister and eight friends, all recent...

Helen I. Hwang | Feature, Issue 24: Survival - Winter 2011
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Bullying includes verbal taunting, physical assaults, exclusion from a peer group, spreading rumors and cyber bullying — and Asian Americans are the most frequently bullied ethnic group, according...

Helen I. Hwang | Feature, Issue 24: Survival - Winter 2011
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Medical Malpractice?

Filipino nurses fight back against discrimination in the workplace

Writer Catherine A. Traywick

Jane Sandoval can’t speak a lick of Tagalog — her parents made sure of that. “There’s no excuse for you to not speak well. You were born here,” her father used...

Catherine A Traywick | Feature, Issue 24: Survival - Winter 2011
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Talking Back

Women are looking to the Internet to respond boldly to street harassment.

Alison Roh Park was 14 the first time she saw a man masturbating across from her on the subway. Another time, a group of drunk white men obstructed her path outside a bar and asked for a massage...

Nicole Wong | Lazy Susan, Issue 24: Survival - Winter 2011
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Sea Change

Gulf Coast Vietnamese Americans look to the future after the BP oil spill

Writer Nina Kahori Fallenbaum
Photographer Lisa Cates

Some say that Asian America began in Louisiana. In the late 1700s, Filipino sailors escaped Spanish galleons and started shrimping...

Nina F. Ichikawa | Food and Agriculture, Issue 24: Survival - Winter 2011

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