Dad Lee Huang writes about what it means to be a multiracial family that is Asian, white, and now African-American
Parents of mixed-race kids may be more aware of their privilege, but that doesn’t make them less white. Read my response to the NY Times essay
What’s a kendama and why does your child want one? Read on to find out all the answers.
What does the Year of the Sheep mean for your baby? Read on to find out the predictions
Think your children are growing up in a post-racial world? Don’t know? Here are some tips for using the show to talk to your kids about race
A chicken in every pot? Forget it! For many families, the American Dream means having a bedroom for every child. Here’s why they’re wrong.
They’re subtle, but certain comments about the culture of a school or community can amount to microagressions aimed at Asians.
With ten years of hindsight, I can safely tell you: you don’t need to sign up your toddler for that Mommy and Me class