'New Yorker' Writer Hua Hsu On Friendship, Grief, And Pop Culture : Fresh Air The son of Taiwanese immigrants, New Yorker staff writer Hua Hsu defined himself as a teen by the music he loved. The murder of a close friend when he was in college changed the course of his life. His memoir is Stay True.

David Bianculli reviews the new season of Documentary Now!

'New Yorker' Writer Hua Hsu On Friendship, Grief, And Pop Culture

'New Yorker' Writer Hua Hsu On Friendship, Grief, And Pop Culture

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The son of Taiwanese immigrants, New Yorker staff writer Hua Hsu defined himself as a teen by the music he loved. The murder of a close friend when he was in college changed the course of his life. His memoir is Stay True.

David Bianculli reviews the new season of Documentary Now!