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How to help: Organizations offering relief to Typhoon Haiyan survivors: By now, you've heard about the devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan -- believed to be the deadliest natural catastrophe on record in the Philippines, with as many as 10,000 people feared dead, and millions displaced. Here are a list of organizations who are deploying urgent relief efforts on the islands. See how you can help.

UCLA Has More NCAA Championships Than Black Male Freshmen: This powerful spoken word poem by UCLA student Sy Stokes voices concerns about the glaring lack of black students on campus.

My Lai, Sexual Assault and the Black Blouse Girl: Forty-Five Years Later, One of America's Most Iconic Photos Hides Truth in Plain Sight: How our understanding of the My Lai massacre during the Vietnam War, told through a well-known photo, isn't the whole story.

Why Oakley's "Asian fit" sunglasses aren't racist, just science: What does "Asian fit" even mean? It's how Oakley's designed glasses tailored to the contours of Asian consumers, marketed under a not-so-subtle name.

Be(A)ware DU: Last month at the University of Denver, an extremely hurtful message was written on a mirror within a multicultural floor in a first year residence hall. This message read: "Retards, gays and coloreds go to this school. BEWARE." The Be(A)ware campaign is an effort to spread awareness, combat intolerance and celebrate the diversity of the campus community.

The Education Issue: Studying Chinese to reach his parents: Brooklyn-born Daniel Chen used to be able to speak Shanghainese, but English took precedence as he entered school. Why he's making an effort to learn it again.

China Wants To See More "Positive Chinese Images" From Hollywood, Government Co-Production Chief Tells Confab: President of the China Film Co-Production Company tells Hollywood that in order to work together to make films, the U.S. film industry has to change the way it portrays Chinese culture.

For Once, China's Most Popular Movie of the Year Was Not American: Move over, Hollywood. The massive success of Stephen Chow's fantasy epic Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons -- it's making billions -- showcases the excitement of China's mass-market moviemaking.

13 Toys from the Era of Casual Racism: "Photographer David Murphey has managed to assemble a collection of toys that track social progress and our society's changing norms regarding race and gender in a way that raw statistics can't."

Where Do 'Hoodlums' Come From? San Francisco: In the late 1870s, Chinese workers were the target of racist violence in San Francisco. The gangs of men who committed these crimes were known as "the Hoodlums," which is where we get the term today.

Chinatown Isn't For Chinese People Anymore: In New York's Chinatown, business owners and new immigrants are coming in and "exploiting the neighborhood for profit." What is Chinatown's future?

Who is John Chen, BlackBerry's new CEO? John Chen is known for turning around failing companies, and he'll soon be tasked with doing that yet again as BlackBerry's interim CEO.

The Unusual Story Behind the '80s Hit Cartoon Robotech: Death. Romance. War. For us kids growing up in the 80s, the epic animated sci-fi drama Robotech was pretty much our Game of Thrones.

8 Questions with: Goh Nakamura: Eight questions with indie musician Goh Nakamura.

Waris Ahluwalia in Gap's Holiday Campaign: Indian American designer and actor Waris Ahluwalia is part of Gap's Holiday 2013 ad campaign, posing next to filmmaker Quentin Jones.

Why We Need a Muslim-American Superhero: Comic book world, meet the new Ms. Marvel, featuring a 16-year-old Pakistani American Muslim superhero from Jersey City.

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