Donald Trump Is Seen as Helping Push Asian-Americans Into Democratic Arms: In what could be a significant realignment of political allegiance, Asian Americans are identifying as Democrats at a quicker pace than any other racial group. You can thank the Republican presidential nominee, Donald J. Trump.
You Can't Go Home Again: On the Taiwan set of Fresh Off the Boat's season-three premiere, in which the Huangs encounter a classic immigrant dilemma: the identity crisis.
Cultural appropriation: It's about more than pho and sombreros: Pulitzer Prize-winning author Viet Thanh Nguyen breaks down how to move past cultural appropriation into four parts.
Opinion: Democracy Must Be Accessible In Every Language: "At a time when voting rights are under attack in states around the country, the largest obstacle for many AAPI voters is perfectly legal. Language access is an issue that few outside the AAPI community are talking about, yet it's one that makes a critical difference in whether Asian American voters come out to cast ballots."
A Woman Dies After Childbirth, and Her Husband Asks Why: Amy Lam died less than 12 hours after giving birth at Harlem Hospital Center. Her husband, their newborn baby and 3-year-old son are grappling with her sudden, inexplicable death -- and still asking why.
An Open Letter to White Folks Who Want to Create More Projects like MAIL ORDER FAMILY: "But herein lies the problem: even if the producers had the best of intentions and they were making this for the 'right' reasons (and I'll give them the benefit of the doubt that's the case), where everyone fucked up on was addressing that second question: how should you make it?
Who Tells Their Story? Hamilton has been hailed as the start of a new, less white era on Broadway, but many remain underrepresented onstage. As Asian-American actors celebrate progress, they also reveal the stark realities that prove how far theater still has to go.
Why Broadway Needs More South Asian Actors: For actor Vishaal Reddy, the push for diversity on the stage still has a way to go.
Ali Wong's Radical Raunch: The New Yorker profiles comedian/writer Ali Wong and her radical comedy, which includes Baby Cobra, the Netflix stand-up special she filmed while seven and a half months pregnant.