Curosity got over me this weekend, and I clicked and read her blogs at the site. Now, I wonder if the reaction here would be different if she did not stress "I’m looking at you, Asian community)." in her article, or if her last name is not Ma.
For those parents and students who like her writing about "I Have A Problem With The Nation's #1 High School", there is a podcast at https://www.nateliason.com/dealing-with-depression-angela-ma/
The podcast is about 52 minutes long, and it worths every minute of it especially if you have a student in high school or in college.
When times allows, you can also read her blogs at https://angelama.blog/ about her backpack travel in Europe, and her study abroad in Dakar, Senegal, her job as a waitress, skydiving, her collections of notes from customers, her writings about depression , and her internship at Facebook, her "inside knowlege" about career fair at UChicago etc.
For those parents who strongly dislike her writing about "I Have A Problem With The Nation's #1 High School", please consider listening to the podcast at https://www.nateliason.com/dealing-with-depression-angela-ma/ . It will not be time wasted. You might be pleasantly surprised.