Mimi, whose family emigrated from Vietnam in the 1970s, writes about the racism and sexism that she deals with as a biracial female. Issue 5's topics include anti-Vietnam sentiment, threatening letters that have been sent to abortion clinics, thoughts on race and gender, silence as a form of resistance, racism in punk and riot grrrl, feminism, how to tell Chinese from Japanese, and anarchism. She responds to Mary Fondriest and Erika Reinstein's take on race, as well. In issue 6, Mimi is 23 and a graduate student, and she writes about homophobia, imperialism, Hello Kitty, AOL riot grrrl flame wars, and social statement of Asians dying their hair. Both issues include a soundtrack listing.