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They have been featured in Vogue, Outside Magazine, Glamour Magazine, Alaska Airline’s inflight magazine Beyond, Roade’s Organic Life, Men’s Journal, on PBS News’ Good Morning America, in a video series produced by Maersk Line, and in the near future, on Chris Kimball’s new Milk Street podcast. Their merchandise and fishing business are regularly featured in fishing industry news (National Fishermen, Pacific Fishing magazines), and on local Alaskan radio. They receive several requests per week from television series producers interested in their work as female fishermen, which they have so far managed to evade. They work with a communications firm (Rising Tide Communications) whose expertise has helped them make many connections in fish-marketing, restaurant, retail, and food industries.
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Emma Teal Laukitis spent her childhood on a remote homestead in the Aleutian Islands – when she wasn’t out to sea alongside her sister Claire on their family’s commercial fishing boat. Emma and Claire have been fishermen since they were old enough to work on boats, and are now co-owners of a thriving retail business, , which is a celebration of the wild places and wild people of the North Pacific and its sustainable fisheries.
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Tan has written several other novels, including , , , , and . She also wrote a collection of non-fiction essays entitled In addition to these, Tan has written two : (1992) and (1994), which was turned into an animated series that aired on .
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Though she has won several awards for her work, Tan has also received substantial criticism for her "complicity in perpetuating racial stereotypes and misrepresentations as well as gross inaccuracies in recalling details of the Chinese cultural heritage". This, along with her frequently negative depiction of Chinese culture in her work, has led several writers and scholars to accuse Tan of pandering to Western presumptions and prejudices about Chinese people.