Harry Mok is a copy editor at the San Francisco Chronicle. He has a master's degree in journalism from the University of California at Berkeley. He has taught Asian American Studies at Berkeley and has written about Asian American issues for the Chronicle and other publications. Before joining the Chronicle in 1997, he was the online editor for ChannelA.com, an Asian and Asian American Web site. He has also worked for Newsday in New York, the San Francisco Examiner, and the Associated Press.
Written by Harry Mok | Identify | November 25, 2002
Finding roots in rural China
Coming to terms with history
Written by Harry Mok | Interact | June 26, 2002
Why stereotypes are never just innocent fun
Testing my "A-dar"
Written by Harry Mok | Imagine | March 4, 2002
Trying to pick out who is what
The enemy within
Written by Harry Mok | Interact | September 3, 2001
After the 'second Pearl Harbor,' will America repeat the mistakes of the internment years?
Written by Harry Mok | Interact | July 16, 2001
Today's plain-vanilla programming gives us a skewed picture of reality
Remember Pearl Harbor
Written by Harry Mok | Imagine | May 26, 2001
Now that the World War II epic has exploded into theaters, will Asian Americans feel the heat?
It takes a village
Written and photographed by Harry Mok | Interact | May 14, 2001
A visit to China reveals what was gained, and lost, in one family's journey to America
A higher profile
Issue Infocus: Racial profiling | Written by Harry Mok | Identify | May 7, 2001
On the top of today's civil rights agenda, racial profiling takes "driving while black" to another level
Last updated: November 25, 2002