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Nicole Oshima

Nicole (she/her) is a yonsei/gosei that is passionate about community building, hair dye, and pop culture. Based in Los Angeles, with her heart in Little Tokyo.

Nicole Oshima

Nicole (she/her) is a yonsei/gosei that is passionate about community building, hair dye, and pop culture. Based in Los Angeles, with her heart in Little Tokyo.

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Meet Yo! Magazine's Spring Student Collaborators

Issue:
June 15, 2022

Meet our eight amazing Student Collaborators from our Spring cohort: Ashley, Erin, Hannah, Katie, Kendall, Jules, Michelle, and Yua!

Buttercream Dreams | An Interview with Kylie Miyamoto of Kymoto Co.

Issue:
April 12, 2022

Meet Kylie Miyamoto of Kymoto Co., the Tustin-based online cake shop that specializes in minimalist and modern buttercream cakes.

Meet Lindsay Arakawa | @blindsaay

Issue:
October 15, 2021

Join me as I dive into an interview with Lindsay Arakawa, a yonsei/gosei creator born in Hawaii, living in Tokyo, Japan, doing some amazing work.

Asian Halloween Costume Ideas 2021

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October 15, 2021

Struggling to decide what to be for Halloween this year? Here are some ideas for Asian Halloween costumes!

For You/Me/Us Page: Identity Building Through TikTok

Issue:
August 15, 2021

How is the Nikkei community represented on TikTok, and how will digital identity- and community-building affect our current generation?

Delivering Community Care One Meal at a Time: Little Tokyo Eats

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July 17, 2021

Worried about some of our more vulnerable community members, many non-profit groups came together to help deliver delicious foods to local Little Tokyo seniors. This project, Little Tokyo Eats, benefited not only the seniors, but also the family and legacy-owned small businesses in Little Tokyo. After more than a year later, the program is ending.

15 Things You Have to Deal with as a Student in the Era of COVID-19

Issue:
June 13, 2020

As if navigating classes and peer relationships in school isn't challenging enough, we've had to do it while going through a global pandemic. We empathize with all the students out there!