Photos by Rita Kruk
In Battle Creek , MI, several hundred people are gathered to celebrate
the grand opening of the Burma Center. Burmese women in the
crowd are dressed in...
Why, why, why did my parents throw away the compost bin?
At 11:13 a.m. on a cold Monday morning in Afghanistan, another
American soldier’s life was taken away. This time, the soldier’s death was
not the result of shots fired by an enemy attack nor was...
It began with papaya seedlings covertly planted on a narrow strip of
grass between a roadway and a chain-link fence.
Gaye Chan and her partner, Nandita Sharma, deliberately placed
Writer Anabel Mariko Stenzel
I love Japan. As a child, I loved its scenery, food and the cute toys. As an English teacher there after college, I loved its clean streets, work ethic and its...
Writer Priscilla Totiyapungprasert
On stage, Yuki Chikudate’s energy threatens to overwhelm her petite
frame. She tosses her head in a trancelike rapture, hands dancing on
the keyboard. In...
Looking for Jiro is a short video by San Francisco-based performance
artist and writer Tina Takemoto. Takemoto combines historic
footage of military propaganda and men’s bodybuilding with...
Wafaa Yasin literally turned her body into a boat and set sail across
the San Francisco Bay. Yasin expected to fail in sailing anywhere, but she
also hoped not to drown. Born in Palestine, the San...
In an Exposure photo essay in ...
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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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