The Great Wall Director Zhang Yimou Defends the Film From Accusations of Whitewashing: "The film is deeply rooted in Chinese culture," argues director Zhang Yimou, whose latest Great Wall features Matt Damon definding the Chinese monument against dragons.
Toxic Masculinity Claims Life of Another Asian American Woman: This has to stop. In Mukilteo Washington, Allen Ivanov murdered his ex-girlfriend and two classmates before driving to a house party.
#HyperMasculAZNs: Discussing toxic masculinity, misogyny, and patriarchy in the AAPI community. From Eddie Huang's misogyny and appropriation of symbols of Black masculinity, Daniel Holtclaw and Elliot Rodgers' horrific and violent acts -- 18 Million Rising initiated a Twitter conversation to urge the AAPI community, especially men, to confront issues of misogyny, toxic masculinity, and heterosexism.
'He was trying to kill me': echoes of Brock Turner in another case with same judge: An immigrant victim of domestic violence brought her case against ex-fiance Ming Hsuan Chiang to Aaron Persky's court. Persky sentenced Chiang to "weekend jail," a lenient sentence compared to the abuse she underwent.
How NYC's Chinese immigrants are fighting Chinatown's slumlords: Thanks to state regulation policies, community organization, and the existing community's efforts, New York's Chinatown residents continue to fight displacement.
Video: Adorable 67-Year-Old DPW Worker Suu Ngo Talks About Supporting Grandkids, Loving Her Work: Try to watch this without crying. Grandmother Suu Ngo raised her grandchildren after her daughter was murdered by her husband. She went to City Hall and asked for a job with the Department of Public Works to earn enough money.
'Shrimp Boy' gets life in prison for murder, corruption in San Francisco case: Raymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow led a SF Chinatown fraternal organization, and was sentenced to life in prison for murder in a case that unveiled a massive corruption scandal that cost millions in taxpayer dollars.
Real Life: Love, Loss, and Kimchi: How learning to cook Korean food helped Michelle Zauner of Japanese Breakfast grieve and heal after her mother passed away.
Theresa Lin: The Julia Child of Chinese Regional Cuisine: For one hour every Sunday, Theresa Lin broadcasts cooking tips from her single-room studio in Pasadena to a hungry Mandarin-speaking audience tuning in from all over Los Angeles.
Views or Hiroshima: A Japanese American woman documents life in occupied Japan: After the U.S. government ended Japanese internment, Shiuko Sakai took a post in the Department of the Army and documented life in occupied Japan.
But Who Is Listening Now? What the painful process of learning Korean has taught Nancy Jooyoun Kim about facing rejection as a writer.
Text Message Interview with Yumi Sakugawa: Zinster, comic book maker, and interdisciplinary artist Yumi Sakugawa texts interviewer Taleen Kali about her creative process, Cavvies, and eavesdropping the conversations around her.
Gene Yang Said 'No' When DC Comics First Asked Him to Write a Chinese Superman: Award-winning cartoonist and writer Gene Luen Yang initially had one answer when DC Comics brought up the idea of a Far Eastern version of Superman: "There’s no way I want to do that."
For American Ballet Theatre's Stella Abrera, A Career Built on Determination, Passion: Stella Abrera, who began her role as a principal dancer at the American Ballet Theatre, reflects on her journey and the ups and downs of her career.
Hari Kondabolu: 'People want to laugh to deal with frustrations about the world': Standup comedian Hari Kondabolu, who forged a career tackling American race politics, is going mainstream with his new album that takes on Black Lives Matter and the election.
"What The Hell Is A Panju?" And Other Questions I, A Brown Potterhead, Have For J.K. Rowling: "Ask everyone around you to name their favourite Harry Potter character. You'll hear more names of imaginary creatures than you will of people of colour."