Master of None co-creator Alan Yang on Asian representation in Hollywood: "we got Long Duk Dong": When Master of None won creators Alan Yang and Aziz Ansari their first Emmy Award for comedy writing, Yang took the stage and reminded everyone that "diversity" isn't just a buzzword but a real goal worth fighting for within the TV industry.
Just the Wrong Amount of American The 1999 arrest of Wen Ho Lee, who was falsely accused of espionage by the U.S. Justice Department, taught Chinese Americans that their country may never trust them.
Typecast as a terrorist: "As my acting career developed, I was no longer cast as a radical Muslim -- except at the airport." Pakistani-Brit actor Riz Ahmed says that airport security never got the memo.
How Wellesley Plans To Address The Mental Health Of Its Asian-American Students: Asian American women ages 18 to 24 have the nation's second-highest suicide rate among women in this age group, and Wellesley is taking steps to address this issue.
Interview: Ethan Young Talks The Battles of Bridget Lee & Asian Representation in Sci-Fi: An interview with Ethan Young, whose sci-fi adventure Battles of Bridget Lee is loosely based on Mulan.
Comedian Jenny Yang serves up parody video in response to Pho controversy: By now, you must have seen the infamous Bon Appetit video featuring chef Tyler Akin whitesplaining pho. Last week, comedian Jenny Yang released a video parody and explained to KPCC radio why she did it.
Hari Kondabolu Says His Mom Is Hilarious -- And Not Because Of Her Accent: Comedian Hari Kondabolu talks accents, white audiences, and why comedy isn't his kind of activism.
Ashok and Riz the Day Of: The Night Of star Riz Ahmed talks to Ashok Kondabolu about cricket jerseys, patriotism, acting while brown, and race in the UK.