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Taylor Weik

An LA-based writer with essays and journalism in Teen Vogue, NBC Asian America, Catapult, and more, Taylor's work focuses on celebrating and exploring Asian American communities and identities.

Taylor Weik

An LA-based writer with essays and journalism in Teen Vogue, NBC Asian America, Catapult, and more, Taylor's work focuses on celebrating and exploring Asian American communities and identities.

Posts by This Author

Team Yo!'s New Year Resolutions

For Fun
Issue:
Home for the Holidays
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January 10, 2021

Team Yo! sits down to share our personal New Year's Resolutions. From all of us, we want to wish you a happy new year and thank you for joining us on this journey.

Why is Funding for AAPI Organizations So Low?

Story
Issue:
Nonprofit Sustainability
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November 17, 2020

AAPI Data’s new report on the state of philanthropy shows that AAPI nonprofit organizations continue to remain a low priority for grantmakers. But why?

Asian Costume Ideas

For Fun
Issue:
All Hallows' Eve
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October 25, 2020

While there are no Halloween parties to look forward to this year, we have some easy and cheap Asian/Asian American costume ideas for your Zoom party at work or with friends.

Pruning the Bonsai: How the History of Japanese American Gardeners Lives on Through Their Descendants

Story
Issue:
Mottainai
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October 5, 2020

Though gardening was a common profession for Japanese American immigrants pre and post-war, their era is now over. How do their descendants perceive and preserve their family's history today?

Japanese Cultural References You May Not Have Noticed in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

For Fun
Issue:
Family Game Night
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December 3, 2020

There are a lot of Japanese cultural Easter eggs in Animal Crossing — some obvious, some well-hidden — that are worth digging into.