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From the Other Side of Tolerance

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

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The day I realized we need to move out of our San Diego home, I ordered four new pieces of furniture. Not little decorative stools or night stands that you can stack on top of boxes, but four solid wood…




#StopAsianHate is a blog from Medium chronicling the xenophobia and anti-Asian racism that plagues America. With essays from the AAPI community and beyond, it’s a space for readers and thinkers to explore the joys, challenges, and complexities of the Asian American experience.

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Shinyung Oh

Shinyung Oh

Former lawyer, associate marriage & family therapist, www.capriciousbubbles.com

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