All photos taken by staff photographer Jessica Juwono.
When I first started reading comics in the summer of 2010, I was expecting comics to possess the same quality that most popular media in my life did: a lack of diversity. Despite the abundance of color in life, and the varied axes on which people live, it seems that popular media seems to cater…Details
NOTE: John Ohashi was one of the founding members of Pacific Ties in 1977. Part of his interview was featured in this quarter’s print issue. The rest can be found here. PACIFIC TIES: I heard we were a group founded on advocacy. JOHN OHASHI: I don’t know about advocacy, but at the time there was…Details
4th year International Developmental Studies/Asian American Studies major Trung Nguyen participates in the die-in at the rally. 4th year International Developmental Studies/Asian American Studies major Trung Nguyen participates in the die-in at the rally. All photographs taken by Tony Le.Details
Courtesy of John Ohashi (Pacific Ties founding staff, ’77-78), here are the first and third ever issues of Pacific Ties! Open publication – Free publishing – More asian american Open publication – Free publishing – More asian americanDetails
No thanksgiving celebrations for owners of various Chinese restaurant in Maine will be held this year as a number of them are heading to prison after law enforcement launched a raid. Starting about a week ago, police have cracked down on four restaurants. Owners have been charged with crimes such as money laundering, tax violations,…Details