A play by Tuyet Do gracefully tackles the traumas and contradictions of migration
Thirty years ago, a large series of student-led protests in Beijing and Shanghai, which had been growing since the mid-1980s, were suppressed when the government declared martial law and sent in armed troops to disperse the crowds.
A list of resources on the ongoing human rights abuses in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region
Thank you to everyone who has supported daikon in 2018 – whether that's attending one of our launches, coming to one of our socials, or buying a copy of the magazine, we're so grateful to be able to create and build solidarity with our communities.
A short summary and list of resources discussing the issue of Southeast and East Asians appropriating Black cultures.
Hollywood's Asian cinematic moment of the year had deeply contrasting significances for different parts of the Asian diaspora
A reflection on relocation, self-discovery, and a process of questioning one's gender and racial identity.
Listen back to this panel discussion with photographer Bernice Mulenga, curator Amrita Dhallu, and climate change communicator Angela Chan (Worm).
Border and state policing are everyday occurrences in many of our close and extended communities. These are a collection of helpful resources which can provide us with strategies to resist.
Read a personal retelling of a mother's migration story from a daughter's perspective.
For daikon's third issue in Autumn 2017, we put an open call on Tumblr for explorations on the theme of gender and sexuality.
Watch an electrifying film piece from Qigemu about movement, hybridity, and fluidity.
In response to the debate on the potential adoption by the Labour Party and other public bodies of the International Holocaust Remembrance Association’s (IHRA) guidelines on defining anti-semitism, daikon* opposes current attempts to silence a public discussion of the expulsion of the Palestinian people from their territory in 1948
Here's a guide to some ways in which immigration is controlled in the UK, and what you can do to resist.
An interview with Chloe and Sinae.
We're offering payment for submissions to issue #5 from marginalised and underrepresented perspectives. Read on to find out more.
CW racism, anti-blackness, blackface.
In light of racist media on China's Spring Gala TV show: a list of resources about anti-blackness in China, and in the Asian diasporas.
Watch this film about why daikon* was set up, and think about what it means to practice 'a solidarity of care'. Directed by April Lin.
For daikon* issue #5 we invite you to respond to the theme ‘migration stories’. How do borders and moving across borders shape our lives, identities, and communities?