Clock running out on Korean single mother awaiting deportation: Accused of kidnapping her child, Nan-Hui Jo is jailed and awaiting deportation, with no chance of fighting for custody. Her case has drawn nationwide attention and support from more than 130 women's rights and immigrant rights groups in the United States. But she is running out of time.
Uncovered evidence shows bullying was factor in Emilie Olsen's suicide: School officials insist that bullying was not a factor in the suicide death of a 13-year-old Ohio girl last December, but a local news investigation has uncovered emails, school reports and other evidence to the contrary.
Kamala Harris calls Loretta Sanchez's Native American 'war cry' shocking: U.S. Senate candidate and Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris was at a loss for words Saturday when told that her principal opponent, U.S. Rep. Loretta Sanchez of Santa Ana, had been videotaped making a joke about the difference between Indian Americans and Native Americans in which she tapped her hand to her mouth in imitation of a "war cry."
How The New York Times' Nail Salon Exposé Became 'the Rare Viral Investigative Story': A behind-the-scenes look at Sarah Maslin Nir's expose on the nail salon industry, including why it was released early and the energizing impact it had on the staff.
Coming Out as Transgender Has Been A Rollercoaster of Euphoria and Guilt, But I'm Still Happier Than I've Ever Been: Comedian Robin Tran writes about coming out as transgender: "As much as I love my friends, my family, and my girlfriend, I never knew what true happiness was until I was willing to throw it all away."
Stanford students celebrate release of graphic novel American Heathen: The graphic novel American Heathen, researched, written and illustrated by a group of Stanford students, focuses on the life and times of Wong Chin Fu, a Chinese American man who dedicated much of his life to improving the lives of Chinese immigrants in 19th-century America.
Torrance: From Agriculture and Industry to International City: The history of Torrance is one of the most compelling narratives of any city in Southern California. What started as a small, all-American agricultural and industrial town has become a cosmopolitan and diverse city that is both international and local simultaneously.
How Valley Boulevard's Restaurants Built L.A.'s New Chinatown: Since the early 1990s, a nine-mile stretch of Valley Boulevard -- known for its diverse range of Chinese eats -- has been the main food artery of the San Gabriel Valley.
Often Employees, Rarely CEOs: Challenges Asian-Americans Face In Tech: A new report on diversity in Silicon Valley shows that Asians are well-represented in lower-level positions -- but, in comparison, severely underrepresented at the management and executive levels at five large, established tech companies.
Food Allergies: A Hidden Danger for Many Asian-American Kids: Asian American children are 40 percent more likely to suffer from food allergies than the U.S population at large, but treating food allergies can present very unique challenges within the Asian-American community.
Helen Cho, Age of Ultron, and Representation Feels: Nicole Soojung Callahan doesn't really care that Avengers: Age of Ultron has a ridiculous plot. What really matters is the character, Dr. Helen Cho, plays a pivotal role without being a geisha or dragon lady or some other Orientalist combo.
How many Asian Hollywood stars can you name? Right, it's not easy: "Now, with all due journalistic objectivity here, John Cho is hot. In 2009, People Magazine voted him sexiest man alive. But in Hollywood, it's still rare to see Asian men cast as confident, leading men. Hollywood hasn't wanted to date them. And that impacts what America thinks of Asian men. And what Asian American men think of themselves."
Take This Tinder Advice from Aziz Ansari: Popular standup comedian Aziz Ansari's upcoming book, Modern Romance, chronicles the challenges of looking for love in the Digital Age.
How Portland's Thai Food Queen Turned a Cart from Craigslist into an Empire: After dealing with various trials through Thailand to the U.S., Nong Poonsukwattana bought a food cart and started up Nong's Khao Man Gai, serving up chicken and rice to Portland, Oregon.
The Fung Brothers Make the Leap from Online to On-Air: YouTube personalities David and Andrew Fung are channeling their enthusiasm for food into What the Fung?! an upcoming new food and travel show on FYI.