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,
laughing. “I feel creeped out because there’s no one else...
Artist and writer Jee-Shaun Wang thinks about what gets lost when the home language goes.
Seriously, does this post even need a teaser?
Forced piano lessons: a running joke in Asian America, calling to mind women named Amy (Tan, Chua...). Sam goes beyond the cliches to define the significance of piano in her childhood home.
Melanie Tom reflects on how meeting other members of the Chinese diaspora gave her new meaning to the lunar new year holiday.
A distasteful video denouncing GOP presidential candidate Jon Huntsman for his connections with China and his relationship with his two adopted daughters has made waves.
My family was rocked by the loss of my cousin, Carl Allen Peralta, on September 11. For the past ten years, I've struggled to keep his memory alive respectfully, while arguing with my family about the political consequences of 9/11.
Conversations between cousins, about music, writing, and the family we share.
Being the son of a Hardass Asian Dad is as hard as you think it would be. A moving post from AAMMS' first male guest writer.
It’s perfectly normal to meet several therapists before deciding on one with whom you feel a good rapport. As with dating, “that didn’t suck” is not a high enough bar.
Birds do it. Bees do it. It's our hottest issue yet, featuring sizzling drag queen Raja Gemini on the cover.
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