Eddie Huang Is Finally OK With the Show About His Life, Fresh Off the Boat: After leveling some much-publicized criticism at the show, Eddie Huang has found his peace with Fresh Off the Boat, and now appreciates the place the ABC comedy has in advancing the portrayal of Asian Americans on TV.
Why White People Need to Stop Calling Asian Food a Trend: "The same people who have scoffed at my homemade dumplings or stinky kimchi now say dumplings are their religion and preach the health benefits of fermented vegetables. They create these food trends without crediting or thinking about the food's origins."
What Goes Through Your Mind: On Nice Parties and Casual Racism: What goes through your mind when someone at a party is straight-up racist? Nicole Chung discusses her experience.
The Time I Got Stabbed in the Neck: Tony Award-winning playwright David Henry Hwang recounts the night an attacker knifed him on the street near his home in New York City -- and what survival means to him.
Sikhs, Targeted After San Bernardino, Express Solidarity With Muslims: In the aftermath of the tragedy in San Bernandino, Sikhs -- also victims of racist violence -- express solidarity with Muslims.
The Irony Of Moving To 'Atomic City' After Internment: When Roy and Alice Ko were released from internment camps after World War II, they ended up in Richland, Washington -- home to the Hanford Nuclear Reservation. Their children David and Karen Ko talk about growing up in Richland in the years after the war.
Immigrant, vets advocate to be State of the Union guest: U.S. Army veteran and activist Naveed Shah will be a guest in the First Lady's Box during the President's State of the Union address.
Asian American women are closing the gap with white men, but that's not the point: Don't be fooled by economist Mark Perry's statement that Asian American women have "privilege" because they earn only 3 percent less than the median "American man." That's not the point, says Jeff Guo.
Thai beauty ad: 'Just being white, you will win': A new Thai beauty ad claiming white skin is the key to success has unleashed a storm of criticism in Thailand.
Bruce Lee Movie Set Recreates 1960s Chinatown: Here are some fun photos from the set of Birth of Dragon, a movie about Bruce Lee and his infamous, controversial real-life 1965 fight against martial artist Wong Jack Man, which was filming last week around San Francisco.
WATCH: Jeremy Lin drops Cole Aldrich on own foot with crossover: Watch Jeremy Lin drop Cole Aldrich on his ass during Saturday's Clippers/Hornets game. Alas, Charlotte lost, but Lin finished with 26 points, four rebounds, and four assists.
Essay: A Farewell to KoreAm Journal: Kai Ma, former editor-in-chief of KoreaAm Journal bids a bittersweet farewell to the magazine, which recently ran its final print issue after twenty-five years.
How Senior Fashion is Turning Heads in San Francisco's Chinatown: Photographer Andria Lo and writer Valerie Luu's fashion and storytelling fashion and storytelling project Chinatown Pretty chronicles fresh senior style among the elders of San Francisco's Chinatown.
Comics Star Gene Yang Talks Racial Influences, the Boxer Rebellion, Superman, and Linsanity: An interview with graphic novelist Gene Luen Yang of American Born Chinese and Boxers and Saints.
Best of 2015: Asian American Films: For our tenth year in a row, Ada Tseng and Brian Hu of Asian Pacific ARts present their picks for the year's top ten films that were helmed by Asian American directors.