Asian guys get to be sexy, too: Finally, TV gives me the romantic leads I've been waiting for: TV seems to have learned what so many of us have always known -- Asian dudes are hot, and they can get the girl.
Deeper than awful Asian jokes at the Oscars: Hollywood's vanilla reflex doesn't just hurt artists -- it's bad business, too: The Academy's Asian member's protested the offensive jokes at this year's Oscar broadcast -- and the Academy's response shows how far Hollywood has to go.
Ang Lee and George Takei signed the letter, but here's who wrote it: Filmmaker Feida Lee Mock penned the first draft of the widely-circulated letter to the Academy convincing them to apologize for the jokes that stereotyped Asians in the 2016 Oscars.
Editorial: I Walked Out On a Racist Audition: Here we go again... Actor Justin Chon explains why he walked out on an audition for a role that called for yet another fake Asian accent.
'Resume whitening' doubles callbacks for minority job candidates, study finds: According to a new study, minority job applicants who resort to "resume whitening" -- altering any information on their resume that indicates their ethnicity -- are more than twice as likely to receive a callback than those who don't.
A 13-Year Project That Started in Chinatown: In 2003, photographer Thomas Holton found himself in a fifth-floor apartment in a tenement on Ludlow Street in Chinatown, asking the occupants if he could photograph them in their 350-square-foot space. Thirteen years later, Holton is still documenting Steven and Shirley Lam and their children, Michael, Franklin and Cindy.
Record Number Of Indian-American Women Running For Public Office In 2016: This year, Indian-American woman from both the Democratic and Republican parties are seeking elected offices in record numbers at both the state and federal levels.
Are Indians also Asian American? Q & A thanks to Judge Srinivasan: As media speculated over the potential nomination of Judge Sri Srinivasan to the Supreme Court, Karthick Ramakrishnan saw it as opportunity to clarify a common question: Yes, Indian Americans are also Asian Americans.
A Missed Opportunity: What would be the significance of nominating the first Asian American to Supreme Court? With President Obama's selection of Chief Judge Merrick Garland to the Court... a missed opportunity.
On Blonde Girls in Cheongsams "Growing up in a world that said Chinese culture looked best as an accessory on a white person, I wasn't sure who I was or what I should wear."
This Heartbreaking Comic Shows Exactly Why We Need Asian-Black Solidarity Against Police Brutality: Kayan Cheung-Miaw's powerful comic "Dear Brother" shows exactly why we need Asian-Black solidarity.
In a black-and-white America, Asians struggle to fit in: "Asian-Americans must decide where we fit in America's racial landscape. We must acknowledge how our community is both privileged and oppressed, relate our experiences to those of other communities of color, and recognize that the 'Asian-American' identity itself is fluid and ever-changing."
I Can't Go On / I'll Go On: "I want to confess here that I have often worked to put a distance between myself and the past." Janice Lee, author of The Sky Isn't Blue, writes a beautiful piece about depression and denial.
Ada Tseng Covers the Asian-American Pop Culture You'll Find Out About Next Year: For arts-and-entertainment writer Ada Tseng, who wrote cover stories on both actors before their big breaks, a more diverse Hollywood could not come soon enough.
President Obama meets Ms. Marvel: Sana Amanat, Marvel editor and director of content and character development, introduced President Obama at a reception for Women's History Month on Wednesday. And while she was there, she also introduced the president to Marvel superhero Kamala Khan.
'Daredevil' Star Elodie Yung Talks Evolving Iconic Marvel Character Elektra: Elodie Yung talks about bringing the iconic Elektra Natchios to life on season two of Netflix's Daredevil.
Chinese-American Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. star Chloe Bennet talks diversity in Hollywood: An interview with Chloe Bennet, who plays Daisy "Skye" Johnson on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Steven Yeun addresses the 'f---ing awesome' arrival of Negan on The Walking Dead: If there is one person who has every right to dread the arrival of Negan on The Walking Dead, it's Steven Yeun, who plays Glenn. But he seems to be surprisingly cool with the villain's impending introduction.
When Bruce Lee Left Hollywood to Become 'The Big Boss': Exactly why Hong Kong has declined to tap Bruce Lee's enduring star power to serve as one of the city's icons is still the subject of some debate.