It's all in the game; but our community's sports go beyond just the game. Join us this issue as we talk about sports, sportsmanship, and the community spirit behind the game.
What sport are you?
The coronavirus pandemic has caused high school and college students to miss out on some of the best times of their lives.
Homemade kombucha, forts, sourdough crackers, and a chicken coup? Indoor time with the family means time to get creative.
An ode to the beautiful life and heart-rending death of Yoonjin Hwang’s beloved Spoon by H.
What might be even more revolutionary than seeing AAPI masculinity on screen is the idea that Asian men—like k-pop boyband BTS—can subvert gendered concepts of beauty and desire altogether.
The fox-eye trend, particularly when paired with the migraine pose, is remarkably similar to how Asian people are often mocked for the shape of their eyes.
A quiet ode to shokuhin sampuru, also known as those beautiful plastic food displays you see in Japanese restaurants.
Kentucky Fried Chicken for Christmas. This is a thing in Japan.
Take a short quiz and get yourself a good luck charm for the new year!
Starting the new year with friends and family... around the world.
Are you ready? We've sourced over 100 community-based businesses all offering one-of-a-kind items. Buy for that special someone, or treat yourself.
We love and appreciate our families, but as Japanese Americans, it can be hard to verbalize our feelings.
Deep down, we know it's important to make an effort to hear our grandparents' stories, but starting those conversations can sometimes be challenging. Here's another reminder that it's definitely worth trying.
Community-based organizations make up the backbone of the Japanese American community. But where did they come from?
Explore how a diverse board can enhance an organizations decision-making, network, and innovation.
Let's take a look at the methodologies and barriers to transitioning the leadership of our community's nonprofit organizations to the next generation.
Hawaii is a spiritual place and no stranger to its share of ghost stories. I had my own encounter in 2015 at the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii.
Americans have likely heard the "don't step on a crack or you'll break your mother's back" superstition. But other countries have their own silly phrases, including Japan.
The historic Japantowns have served our community for over 100 years, but there are many untold stories that reveal a spooky side of these neighborhoods.
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