Carjacking Victim Describes Encounter With Tsarnaev Brothers: Last week, Dun Meng, the college student who was carjacked at gunpoint and taken hostage by the alleged 2013 Boston Marathon bombers took the stand at the trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and testified about his terrifying ordeal.
Targeted for "looking Muslim": The Dawkins/Harris worldview and a twisted new hypocrisy which feeds racism: One of the most obnoxious refrains you hear when you complain about Islamophobia in the United States being a form of racism is "Islam isn't a race, it's a religion." Please. The conflation of Sikhs and Muslim "jihadis" by Western Islamophobes shows how shallow Islamophobia is.
A Hate Crime Against the Universe: Our friend Taz Ahmed on what it means to make political art.
Ellen Pao vs. Sexism in Silicon Valley: Ellen Pao is taking her former employer against her former employer Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, a Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm, to trial for gender discrimination.
More Than Half of Millennials in Los Angeles Bilingual: The city of Los Angeles has one of the largest multi-ethnic group of millennials -- those between 18 and 34 -- in the United States, and more than half of them speak more than one language.
Tina Fey Turns the Tables on John Hughes in 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt': Jeff Yang reacts to the Asian American character, Dong, in Tina Fey's new Netflix comedy, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.
These Nightclub Entertainers Paved The Way For Asian-Americans In Showbiz: Arthur Dong's documentary and book, Forbidden City USA, tells hte story of a little-known chapter of entertainment history: the Chinese American nightclub scene that flourished in San Francisco in the 1940s and 50s.
Listen to an exclusive mix featuring 10 incredible Filipino jazz, blues and funk tracks you need to hear: Pinoy soul? You're daaaaamn right. Oliver Wang, author of the forthcoming book Legions of Boom, shares a dope exclusive mix of selections from the Pinoy soul sound.
Why "Kiki's Delivery Service" Is a Secret Feminist Classic: The multifaceted female characters! Janeane Garofalo! It totally passes the Bechdel Test! Watch Hayao Miyazaki's animated classic because it's fun, heartwarming, and -- most importantly -- surprisingly feminist.
Flash Boys: The American Story You May Never See: A rebuttal to Aaron Sorkin's three reasons for not adapting the screenplay for Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt, which would star an Asian American actor.
The 'Sisters' Behind "The Sisterhood of Night": CAAM interviews director Caryn Waechter and writer Marilyn Fu, the filmmakers behind the evocative teenage drama The Sisterhood of Night.
Ktown Cowboys Takes You on an Epic Bender in Koreatown: Director Daniel "DPD" Park's feature film debut, which premiered at SXSW in Austin this weekend, presents Koreatown like you've never seen it before.
Interview: Greg Pak's THE PRINCESS WHO SAVED HERSELF: An interview with Greg Pak, whose latest creator-owned project is a children's book, The Princess Who Saved Herself.
Lea Salonga Moves Beyond Mulan Toward 'Transformative' Musical Experience: You may recognize Lea Salonga as Mulan's singing voice in the Disney movies. These days, she takes the stage for Allegiance, George Takei's musical about growing up in an internment camp.
Gangs of Atlanta: New Film Upends Asian 'Model Minority Myth': A-Town Boyz, a new documentary currently in post-production, features the journeys of young Asian Americans in Atlanta, Georgia, whose struggles for acceptance and legitimacy have led them down difficult roads.
We Are What We Eat: Asian Americans and Food: "Asian Americans may still be on margins of other social spheres -- whether politics or pop culture -- but food? We got this; that's our thing." On learning to appreciate the Asian food some of up grew up being ashamed of.
'Off the Menu' Goes Inside Asian-American Kitchens: For her latest film, the food documentary Off the Menu, Grace Lee embarked on a four-state tour across the U.S. to talk with folks about their Asian American culture, identities and communities, and the role food plays in all of it.
Meet Maria of Maria's Packaged Goods & Community Bar: Long before she became the Duchess of Bridgeport, Maria Marszewski was a churchgoing hairdresser in South Korea.
Our 10 Favorite Chinese Dumplings in Los Angeles: From softball-sized soup dumplings to lip-numbing spicy wontons, First We Feast's Clarissa Wei breaks down L.A.'s best dumplings, by regional style.
Craig Underwood grows the peppers that go into Sriracha sauce: The Los Angeles Times profiles California farmer Craig Underwood, who grows all the chili peppers for Huy Fong Foods, makers of the wildly popular Sriracha hot sauce in the signature green-capped bottle.