About Nina Kahori Fallenbaum
FALLENBAUM, NINA KAHORI is the food and agriculture editor at Hyphen magazine, an Asian American arts, culture, and politics publication. With a reader base of 11,000, Hyphen has been nominated for three Utne Independent Press Awards and shares online content with New America Media, among others. Her responsibilities include planning a food section that explores race, society, and the magic of the common wok, for an audience that undoubtedly loves food and is increasingly curious about agriculture and food production. All writers and editors at Hyphen are volunteers. Fallenbaum studied food policy at UC Berkeley and Meiji Gakuin University in Tokyo, where she was a Monbusho government scholar. She sits on the boards of Tule Lake Committee and Japanese American Women Alumnae of UC Berkeley, as well as Slow Food DC, the local affiliate of Slow Food USA. For fun, she eats seaweed and unsuccessfully grows orchids.
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