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4.19.2015

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White Parents, Becoming a Little Less White: Drawing from his own experience, Jack Cheng talks about the reality facing white parents in rapidly growing number of mixed-race families in the United States.

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How West L.A. Became a Haven for Japanese-Americans: Long before it was West L.A.'s ramen epicenter, Sawtelle Boulevard bustled with Japanese-owned nurseries and 'gardeners' colleges'

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Red Bean to Rocky Road, the Evolution of Chinatown Ice Cream: Since opening in 1978, Chinatown Ice Cream Factory has offered some of the best ice cream in New York City and is considered one of Chinatown's unofficial landmarks.

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The '90s Asian Sitcom That Shows How Far We Haven't Come: Though they're separated by decades, TV's two Asian American family sitcoms -- All-American Girl and Fresh Off the Boat -- have a lot in common. For one thing, their subjects don't like them.

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"Fresh Off the Boat" will never make everyone happy -- and it shouldn't have to try: Why darkly funny Fresh Off the Boat contains multitudes that will never satisfy all its viewers.

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How Asian-Americans Found A Home In The World Of K-Pop: How did K-pop, the Korean entertainment's industry's prime export, become a global hit-making phenomenon comprised of American headliners?

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Want To Sue A Startup? Hire This Man: Luan Tran has gained popularity as the go-to plaintiff lawyer for suing startups, including Snapchat, which settled with its disputed co-creator with Tran's help.