2021

For Asian Latinos, waves of coronavirus-fueled hate and violence present a seemingly unending threat. They're also reminders of a strong, but complicated heritage.
A push for democracy in Peru went viral because of a global, tech-savvy network of activists who share their stories here.
As California recovers from the pandemic job loss, the demand for food pantries in San Jose remains at a record high with no signs of declining.
A progressive young newcomer believes he’s got what it takes to be the next mayor of America’s 10th largest city.
Cover all your skincare needs with these beauty brands.

2020

Emerging directors created sinister plots with family and race at the front of their productions in partnership with Amazon Prime Video. (I was selected by Amazon Prime Video College Roundtables to conduct this exclusive interview)
Following President Vizcarra’s illegitimate impeachment, Peruvians took their fight for democracy to the streets of their country and the world.
From history to makeup, these creators will become your new favorites. (This article is part of "La Voz Local," a weekly column that I created to run throughout Hispanic Heritage Month that celebrates Latinx voices and culture. While I already graduated from NYU, a current staff writer is still writing this column) 
The owner of a Wynwood hi-fi audio store shares his recommendations for a fine sound experience at home.
Kate Davidson Hudson and Stefania Allen bring fashion expertise to their latest tech venture.
Washington Square News Shanghai Flâneur
A photographic compilation and a personal reflection retracing my steps around the city I hope to visit again.

2019

NYU soccer aficionados have found an international community in the worn-down fields of Pier 40.

2018

“We’re so encouraged to give free condoms, but what about pads and tampons?”
“I don’t know how much stamps cost but why do I have to pay to vote?”
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