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A Medium blog chronicling the xenophobia and anti-Asian racism that plagues America.

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How Grace Lee Boggs inspires me to ‘reimagine everything’

Photo: Haley Blavka


I wrote ‘The Many Meanings of Meilan’ to explore the feeling of otherness when someone renames you without your consent

Image courtesy of Kokila, an imprint of Penguin Young Readers


What is it like to be Asian American when you’re invisible within it?

Illustrations courtesy of the author


During the pandemic, people had to make decisions about who was worth risking spending time with. We rarely made the cut.

Photo: Getty Images


Can a person look more, or less, Chinese? Apparently I can.

Mott Street in Chinatown, New York City, circa 1950. Photo: Harvey Meston/Archive Photos/Getty Images.


Photos courtesy of the authors

‘Chinatown Pretty’ celebrates the street styles of seniors in San Francisco’s Chinatown


How did bias affect the coverage of Andrew Yang’s campaign?

Photo illustration by the author


British nonbinary influencer Oli London goes under the knife to look like BTS star Park Ji-min

Photo: Getty Images


On this 4th of July, a reflection on losing the hyphen in my Asian American identity

Image: Free-Photos/Pixabay

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