Jasmine Nicole Itliong

Island-born, suburban-raised, and now city-living. Living as a 20-something year old with a coffee cup in one hand and a weapon-sized reusable water bottle in the other, I spend most of my days wondering if there's more to life than just work stress, Sunday hangovers, and post-graduate anxiety. Thus, writing (and my wild, reckless, lovable pup) has become the sacred middle ground that helps make everything seem a little easier and controllable.

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“All We Do is Eat”: Filipino, Food, and Family

Studies say there are five love language types in the world: words of affirmation, acts…

It’s Okay to Cry: Grieving as an Asian American

The United States marked a tragic milestone, 1 million COVID deaths. While the country is…