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“Ketchup Pork Chops and Foreign Potatoes,” published in khōréō magazine, Volume 1 Issue 4

From khōréō: “Cooking is a necessity, but it often requires a luxury of time that many—especially new immigrants—don’t have. In [this essay], C.H. Hung explores her experience of food and identity while growing up in the US.”

khōréō magazine, November 2021

“Grandma Stories and the Gaps They Bridge,” reprinted in khōréō magazine, Volume 1 Issue 1

An essay on diasporic voices, that explores the importance of accepting that stories from one’s heritage can evolve–and that it’s okay to tell them in your own voice, to create something new while paying homage to your origins.

khōréō magazine, February 2021