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i moved

Photo by Mo Noel By Mo Noel Late nights by the lake didn’t feel the same. I could still see your reflection shimmer in the water. And I couldn’t help but wish you were here. You’re off to better things, but you made this big, little city feel like home.  I replayed the memories, trying… Continue reading i moved

Postcards from Dluhoště

Photo by Anezka Turek By Anezaka Turek In 2005, my parents bought a semi-ruined farmhouse in Dluhoště, a small village in the Czech Republic. Although I grew up in England, my dad is Czech, so it seemed like the perfect opportunity for us to build a home to stay in when we visited the country every… Continue reading Postcards from Dluhoště

Abigail Hing Wen on Asian American Identity, Changing Career Paths, and “Loveboat, Taipei”

Photo courtesy of Abigail Hing Wen By Tracy Fuentes With a law degree from Columbia, a career in politics and venture capital, and a young adult novel on the New York Times bestseller list, Abigail Hing Wen has lived many lives.  Wen is the author of Loveboat, Taipei and its sequel Loveboat, Reunion. The first… Continue reading Abigail Hing Wen on Asian American Identity, Changing Career Paths, and “Loveboat, Taipei”