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A compilation of news stories that concern the development and social sector. A comprehensive summary of events across all themes in the development sector. The development sector in numbers. A collection of memorable quotes from experts in the development sector. Numbers gives a peek of the sector in figures and statistics.
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This week, the creative duo is on track to release its third annual issue of Banana, which includes pieces grappling with topics like Asian-American identity, as well as a guide to New York City's Chinatown and a look at different takes on the traditional Asian hot pot. By day, Tso is a strategist at a digital media agency and Ho works at a fashion PR company, but they are both extremely hands-on with Banana. While most of the administrative tasks for the brand are handled internally, the majority of the content comes from an external network of contributing writers, artists, and designers. Issue of Banana is available to pre-order now. Learn more about what the co-founders have in store for us in the interview, below.
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As a magazine that cares about all facets of Asian American life, we welcome both fun and serious writing. As long as it's well written and solidly reported, we're very open. Bonus points if the story takes place in the South or Midwest. Asian America doesn't exist only on the coasts, you know. We are also interested in tangentially Asian American stories, in quirky stories, and in stories about emerging artists rather than established ones.
Over the past year, we have repeatedly found ourselves reaching for books and texts about violence. Perhaps with the urge to understand that which swells like waves around us, threatening to take us under in all its manifold, rising forms: economic violence, linguistic violence, nationalistic violence, environmental violence, gender and racial violence. In this fourth and final issue of the documenta 14 journal South as a State of Mind , it seemed necessary to name it , finally, as one of the structuring devices of our world. From this decision came a question: What might counter this culture of violence both in spirit and in action?