Yisei Magazine at Harvard is a bi-annual publication spearheaded by Korean-American undergraduates and directed towards the Harvard community at large. Since 1988, Yisei, which means "second-generation" in the Korean language, has been dedicated to serving as a forum in which Korean and other Asian students can share their experiences, opinions, and literary talents. Each issue carries a broad theme, but the magazine always maintains a diverse collection of personal essays, short stories, interviews, poetry, news articles, photography, and artwork composed by students at the College.

Yisei is proud to represent Harvard's Asian-American community as its only student-written publication and to present the ever so human, eclectic, and powerful voice of its contributors—often those who find their own uniqueness within the greater phenomenon of the shared Korean-American identity.

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