In her longstanding artistic practice, Hawai’i-based artist Gaye Chan has created work across a spectrum of mediums and venues. Whether working...
Sometimes when Kathleen Dang is at home by herself, she
hears a strange and eerily disturbing sound — silence.
“When there’s so few people at home, it’s really weird,” she says,
What would the folks behind BAGGU and Lo & Sons fill their
bags with? Derek Lo from Lo & Sons and Emily Sugihara of...
Writer: Marianne Villanueva
And if our Lord and the Virgin Mother had not aided us by giving good weather to refresh ourselves with provisions and other things we had died in this very...
Guitarby Patrick Rosal
For Sheila who wants to learn to play
Despite Everything, My DancersBy Ocean Vuong
You might find it hard to believe, but this is the first cake Photo Editor Soybaby has ever made.
The Yoga Debate:
An Existentially Challenged Desi Chimes InBy Kirti Kamboj, January 16, 2012
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...
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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