Racial slurs are woven deep into the American landscape: Vocativ mapped out the use of derogatory terms listed in the Racial Slur Database. Their findings? Racism is woven deep into the American landscape.
Sans spotlight, Lin finds ideal locale in 'low-key' Charlotte: Jeremy Lin's played with some of the NBA's biggest stars but feels at home on a Hornets team where the focus is on the group.
Young Seattle cancer patient debuts animated short film: In Seattle, a 6-year-old cancer patient's dream to document her journey on the big screen came true last week with the world premiere of her animated short film.
From Orientalism to Authenticity: Broadway's Yellow Fever: American musicals have often returned to Asian themes and settings -- as theatrical tourists. Allegiance starts closer to home.
Comedy is Great for Recovering Perfectionists: A Bitch Media interview with comedian Jenny Yang, who talks about making spaces for Asian American comedians with showcases like the Comedy Comedy Festival and Dis/orient/ed Comedy.
Striking Photos Of First-Generation Americans & Their Parents: This past summer, a reporter and photographer drove out to the suburbs surrounding New York City to spend the afternoon with immigrant parents and their first generation American children.
Tim Wu's Already Taking Down Big Broadband Companies in New York: Tim Wu is joining the New York attorney general's office to take down Verizon, Time Warner Cable, and Cablevision on failing to deliver reliable internet on premium packages.
From Only Child To Older Sister To Adoptee, Under China's One-Child Policy: Chinese American adoptee Ricki Mudd shares how China's one-child policy dramatically shaped the course of her life.
'Plum Blossoms' Aims to Empower Asian-American Women with Breast Cancer: After Elizabeth OuYang was diagnosed with breast cancer, she launched Plum Blossoms, a blog for Asian American women to tell their stories about living with breast cancer.
An (Asian) American Abroad: "Before moving to Korea, I didn't know how freeing it would be to look like all the other people on the sidewalk, on the train, in the café, in the store. It's a delight, in a way -- the delight of anonymity. Of belonging. My face keeps me hidden in plain sight in Asia, a secret interloper"
Hasan Minhaj Battles Bigotry With Bittersweet Humor: Anchored by a devastating tale of the way racism ruined a date to a school dance, Hasan Minhaj's debut one-man show Homecoming King looks back at his experiences as a first-generation Indian American growing up in Davis, California.
Remember That Time Hollywood Was Racist? Aziz Ansari Does. After a screening of Aziz Ansari's upcoming Netflix series Master of None, the comedian talked about what it took to put the show together.
A Long Strange Chat With Momofuku's David Chang: Celebrated chef David Chang says he wants "ugly food." He wants everything a "little bit more perfect." And he's got feelings about coming home to DC.
The Lenny Interview: Constance Wu: Fresh Off The Boat's Jessica Huang talks about filming the second season, the burden of authenticity; being a bad bitch; and the importance of not lowering your voice.
Stan Lee's World of Heroes Launches 'No Hero Now' Music Video (Exclusive): Comic book legend Stan Lee ventures into the world of music videos with the superhero-themed "No Hero Now" by Vy Nguyen featuring Jason Chu, directed by Jennie Kong and starring Jessika Van and Jack Yang.