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“Asian Americans” on PBS: History Lesson and Ongoing Discussion

“Asian Americans” on PBS: History Lesson and Ongoing Discussion

With many of us sheltering-in-place or at risk in essential job functions, Asian Pacific American Heritage Month hits differently this year. The continued COVID-19 scapegoating (re)produces racial tensions across the United States, resulting in acts of violence, hate,...

“Little America”: The Series We Need for Our Anti-Immigrant Times

“Little America”: The Series We Need for Our Anti-Immigrant Times

In this fraught, xenophobic and racist time, in great part egged on by our current President, the series “Little America” (Apple TV+, 2020) is vital to counter the anti-immigrant narrative espoused by certain sections of our country. These heartfelt stories about...

“Parasite” Captures the Absurdities of Capitalism

“Parasite” Captures the Absurdities of Capitalism

According to USA Today, the last decade has seen some of the worst changes in economic inequality yet. It seems fitting that we wrapped up 2019 and began this decade with “Parasite,” the South Korean movie that zeroes in on the worst parts of living in late-stage...

Comcast’s Meet & Greet with Wesley Chan of Wong Fu Productions

Comcast’s Meet & Greet with Wesley Chan of Wong Fu Productions

This is the third article in a series of articles sponsored by Comcast. All opinions belong to the writer and do not represent the opinions of Comcast or its subsidiary companies.  As Comcast’s team set up their Chinese New Year Festival booth, a line had already...

How K-pop Band BTS Gave Me Permission to Be a Woman Who Wants

How K-pop Band BTS Gave Me Permission to Be a Woman Who Wants

The following article is an op-ed that expresses the writer’s personal opinions.  It is transgressive for a woman to want. We are told by society that we can only want a husband and children — and occasionally a career (but never at the expense of the husband and...

Virginia Duan

Virginia Duan

Entertainment Editor

Virginia Duan is the Entertainment Editor for Mochi magazine and the Living Justice Editor for Diverging Magazine. You can find her work on various sites like Romper, Mom.com, Diverging Mag, and Mochi magazine. She hosts the Noona ARMY Podcast and founded BrAzn AZN, the only retreat for APIDA creatives. She chronicles her mishaps at https://mandarinmama.com.