Mash-Up Round-Up: Your Fav Stories of 2018

By Team Mash-Up

Yes, you!

It’s our last newsletter of the year! And we want to say thank you to you, dear readers. You’re our fam, you’re our inspo, and you’re our reason to keep making this every week. We’re coming up on 5 years of the newsletter! Can you believe?!

This week we’re recapping your favorite stories from the past 12 months — remember learning how to do the Asian Squat?— and we’ll be back in January with more. Let’s keep it going and growing. Why don’t you give the gift of our newsletter to a few friends and press that little forward button? And of course, you can also give a gift to save the world.

We love you, team! Onward!

Anthony Bourdain: Under The Volcano
“Mexico. Our brother from another mother. A country, with whom, like it or not, we are inexorably, deeply involved, in a close but often uncomfortable embrace. Look at it. It’s beautiful.”

Why Are Young People Having So Little Sex?
via The Atlantic

The Plastic Grass Thing In Your Sushi Container Is Doing An Important Job
via New York Times

Google Translate For My Asian Parents
via McSweeney’s

How Well-Intentioned White Families Can Perpetuate Racism
via The Atlantic

Good News: Bananas Have Been Solved
via Grub Street

The Joy Of Always Being Emperifollá
via Elle

This Is What Ikea Furniture Looks Like When It’s Designed By Africans
via Quartz

The Making Of Meghan Markle
via Washington Post

The Rise Of The Asian Mean Girl
via Teen Vogue

The Green Card Marriage Interview: Can You Pass It?
via New York Times

Understanding Our Implicit Biases
via NPR

Different Cultures Have Different Psychologies
via The Conversation

What The Path of Curry Tells Us About Globalization
via Zocalo

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