Jason Luo, a 24-year-old entrepreneur, on a son’s responsibility and embracing his family’s laundromat business
Ken Ma, a 32-year-old M.B.A., on expanding his parents’ optical-shop empire.
Cynthia Koo, a 30-year-old designer, on managing the online presence of her parents’ restaurant
Kevin Huang, a 22-year-old college student, on getting reacquainted with his family’s bakery
As the neighborhood continues to gentrify, the children of immigrant shop owners must decide how, and if, they will keep stores running.
Alice Liu, a 24-year-old community advocate, on how she’s helped modernize her parents’ small shop
Olympia Moy, a 35-year-old activist, on trying to turn her parents’ music school into more of a community gathering place
Educators are embracing video-production technology, from professional equipment to smartphones, to give students ownership over their learning.