Sonia Su

Boston University senior determined to work in Asia and travel the world. I blogged every day for a year. Follow my adventures at soniasu.com.

In response to The Banana Trap

What About the Female Asian American?

Growing Up As a Self-Loathing Chinese-American Girl


We were different, I told myself. But in the eyes of my middle-aged, ironically overweight white gym teacher (who doubled as a sociology teacher) and the rest of my peers from this affluent suburban town, did anything distinguish us? Meek, weak, shy — and, well, Asian…


Updated: What I Read (Not Much Has Changed)

A little over a year ago, I stumbled upon The Wire’s Media Diet column, comprising accounts from influential figures on how they, as The Wire puts it, “deal with the torrent of information pouring down on us all.” (Little did I know, this column started way back in 2010.)


Android is not better

This is my response to Paul Stamatiou’s article, “Android is better.” Paul, you wrote an incredibly convincing article that made me even happier about my decision to switch from iPhone to Samsung. Unfortunately, that happiness lasted for about a day. Here’s everything I hate about Samsung.

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10 Career-Related Lessons For The College Intern


I would have never guessed that I would learn so much about my career path in 2012, mainly through my internships and jobs. Although it…