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"Cultural Bereavement: Naming the Grief Refugees May Feel," The New York Times, October 2022.
"What the Author of Pachinko and Free Food for Millionaires Wears to Work," The Cut, March 2022.
"Min Jin Lee's Quest to Make Us Pay Attention to Anti-Asian Hate," Bloomberg, March 2022.
"What Min Jin Lee Wants Us to See," The New Yorker, February 2022.
"How Author Min Jin Lee Is Taking A Stand Against Racism," Tatler, August 2021.
Vogue Korea, July 2021.
"How to Write What You Don't Know," Harvard Radcliffe Institute, January 2021.
"Culture Pick," Vogue Japan, October 2020.
"Min Jin Lee on Her New Novel and Writing about the Korean Diaspora," Harvard Magazine, February 2019.
"Author Min Jin Lee speaks with students as part of the Visiting Distinguished Writer series," The Huntington News (Northeastern University), November 2018.
"Novelist Min Jin Lee makes the case for understanding through fiction," MIT News, November 2018.
"An exciting chapter for Min Jin Lee," The Boston Globe, October 2018.
"Min Jin Lee, in Hong Kong, talks about her hit novel Pachinko, learning from wise people, and yearning for Korean recognition," South China Morning Post, November 2017.
"A Novelist Confronts the Complex Relationship Between Japan and Korea," The New York Times, November 2017.
"When the Odds Favor the House, It's Still Important to Feel Lucky," Vineyard Gazette, July 2017.
"Giving a voice to America's 'ignored' Asian immigrants," Nikkei Asia, May 2017.
Featured in Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls, 2016.
"Tackling the 'Zainichi' experience," The Japan Times, September 2008.
"The real lessons come after college is over," The Orange County Register, June 2007.