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August 22, 2019

When writers of color share their work, their ethnic background is often taken into consideration; however, individuals are complex and contain a myriad of experiences and identities outside of their ethnicity.

Chrysanthemum Tran is a Vietnamese American poet and the first trans woman finalist of the Women of the 2016 World Poetry Slam. Tran is a voice for both the trans and Vietnamese American community, and she is a vital re...

August 7, 2019

The Bay Area is a rich melting pot of different ethnicities, which allows for cultural crossovers and introductions. Over the past five years alone, numerous cooking and food-related publications and personalities, such as Andrew Zimmerman, Vogue, and Anthony Bourdain have cited Filipino food as being the “next big thing.” Our Chief Editor, Trami Cron, met a local Filipino chef and restaurateur, Rod Reyes, who owns Barya Kitch...

August 7, 2019

Experiencing new foods, cultures, events and festivities has always been a highlight of traveling for me when traveling.  I love getting immersed in the new environment whether it is trying new foods, checking out local markets, or enjoying the local festivals.

One festival that I have had the chance of attending was the San Jose Obon Festival in July 2019. Personally, I have never been to a festival like this before as I am n...

August 7, 2017

Research studies on health disparities have been conducted on Vietnamese elders since their resettlement in the US the last 40 years. Earlier studies were primarily focused on mental health conditions. However, recent research began to emerge and shows the general Vietnamese population in the United States is more susceptible to chronic illnesses such as cancer, heart disease, strokes, hypertension, and diabetes as compared to...

January 7, 2017

Suzy Noodle House - San Francisco

Reviewed by Jason Gallegos

8 Chopsticks

Shoyu Ramen with Pork Belly at Suzu in Japantown SF. My friend got Miso broth which i liked better. This place is always packed so wanted to try. 8 chopsticks. If there is a super long wait probably not worth waiting more then 20 mins.

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January 3, 2017

Zen Sushi Bistro 

Reviewed by Leslie Yun II

9.9 Chopsticks 

Dinner at Zen Sushi Bistro in Millbrae was absolutely a Chopsticks Alley 9.9.....

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January 3, 2017

Nathan's Cuisine

Reviewed by Joe Yuke

10 Chopsticks

Beef with Scrambled Eggs over Rice
10 chopsticks for this dish!

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December 23, 2016

Oc Cay Dua

Reviewed by Trami Nguyen Cron

8 Chopsticks

It's nice to have a restaurant that serves unusual dishes. Ong Choi salad (goi rau muong), tamarind fried balut (hot vit lon me), sour fish soup (canh chua ca), shaking beef (bo luc lac), and passion fruit drink. 8 Chopsticks. Everything was good, the soup had a Thai and Vietnamese flavoring so it was a little odd. Great service!

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December 23, 2016

Kahoo Ramen

Reviewed by Gregory Lemmons

7 Chopsticks

Great garlic reman with generous pork belly. side dishes of minced pork, curry minced pork round it out. A Sapporo to wash it down; highly recommend if you're in the San Jose area. I'm going to give this delicious ramen a solid 7/10 Chopsticks. ***(Disclaimer: My current standard for ramen is TSUTA (Tokyo) and DAIKOKU in (L.A.) both which I rate 10 chopsticks ;) So while this s...

December 23, 2016

Hot Stone Korean Kitchen

Reviewed by Ted Visaya

7 Chopsticks

Yesterday's lunch at Hot Stone Korean Kitchen in Fairfield. Really thick cut Kalbi beed was the best. The Spicy Pork was a little dry but still okay. Love all the side dishes. 7 Chopsticks because the Spicy Pork was a little dry.

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