Momo Chang is a freelance journalist based in Oakland, California. Her writings focus on Asian American communities, immigration and youth culture. She is a former staff writer at the Oakland Tribune, where she covered Asian American communities. Her stories range from uncovering work conditions in nail salons, to stories about “invisible minorities” like Tongan youth and Iu Mien communities. Momo has received local and national recognition for her writing, including an investigative award from the Society of Professional Journalists and two national Asian American Journalists Association awards. She has freelanced for The American Prospect, East Bay Express, San Francisco Chronicle, Wired, San Francisco Bay Guardian and ColorLines, among others. Momo is primarily a print journalist who also produces audio and visual stories for documentary film and radio. She is a features editor, writer and blogger for Hyphen, a national Asian American magazine focusing on arts, politics and culture.