The Science of Racism:
Radiolab's Treatment of Hmong Experience and Real Vietnamese American Housewives of
We made it! Ten years, 25 issues. I’m thrilled to start off as Hyphen’s third editor in chief with this
bang of an anniversary issue.
With this issue, we welcome editor
Karissa Chen at the helm of both
Hyphen’s Fiction section and our
debut Poetry section. Chen’s goal
is to showcase the breadth of Asian
For three years, the Hep B Project has worked to provide education, screening and vaccinations across Alameda County. The disease unequally impacts the Asian American and Pacific Islander...
The curvature of a fortune cookie may bring
to mind China and Chineseness, but in reality it’s
an iconic shape largely for Americans who can’t
seem to get enough of them.
Hyphen is celebrating its tenth anniversary! In honor of the milestone, we asked our editors to pick their favorite stories from the past decade.
When I first heard that PBS was coming out with a TV series called Kimchi Chronicles, I was really stoked. I thought it was going to be all about kimchi: how great it is, how many...
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.
The previous issue of Hyphen is available in its entirety for your perusing pleasure. Almost as good as having it right in your hands!
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