The 12 Most Incredible And Absurd Things That Happened At The "Hindus For Trump" Bollywood Event: Last night, the Republican Hindu Coalition in New Jersey held a charity event titled "Humanity United Against Terror," with Donald Trump as the chief guest. Amongst other things, there were photoshopped fliers of Sonia Gandhi and Hillary Clinton, multiple Trump goof-ups, and terrorists with lightsaber-y guns.
An Open Letter To The 'New York Times' Who Told Brown Asians They Don't Matter: Michael Luo's powerful letter about a racist encounter inspired the #thisis2016 hashtag and a New York Times video about the "Asian American" experience. But there was one big problem: the video excluded "brown" Asian Americans.
People Are Angry This Reporter Had The Cops Called On Her For Being "Hispanic" With A "Suspicious Truck": Someone called the cops on Homa Bas, a reporter with NBC5 in Dallas-Ft. Worth, and her cameraperson, describing them as "a Hispanic-looking woman and a black man with a suspicious white truck and camera." (By the way, Bash is Indian American.)
Born In The U.S., Raised In China: 'Satellite Babies' Have A Hard Time Coming Home: A Harvard research project focuses on the phenomenon of Chinese immigrants who are raising what some psychologists call "satellite babies" -- children who are sent to be raised by family in China.
How I Talk to My Mother: "We share a weakening grasp on a native language, and this is something that ties us together."
Former LA hospital - once a lifeline for Japanese Americans - is up for landmark status: In the 1930s, Japanese Hospital in Boyle Heights was one of the only places in Los Angeles where Japanese Americans could go for medical treatment. The Los Angeles City Council is expected to vote later this month on whether to grant the building landmark status.
Is New York on the Verge of a Second "Linsanity"? They say that Jeremy Lin, now a Brooklyn Net, is a more efficient player now than he was when he broke out as a star for the Knicks. Will it last?
YouTube Has Made Asian-Americans Impossible for Hollywood to Ignore: How YouTube became a platform for Asian Americans to change the film and television industry.
'Vietgone': A Sex Comedy About Mom, Dad And Refugee Camps: Playwright Qui Nguyen wrote Vietgone to tell the story of his parents' meeting at a Vietnamese refugee camp in Arkansas in 1975.
Meet Albert Wu, the Washington University Freshman Who Wants You to Venmo His Student Debt: Diligent viewers of CNN and MSNBC last weekend might have seen, in the crowd at Washington University, a young man holding up a sign that read "STUDENT DEBT SUCKS VENMO @ ALBERTWU97."
How 'Fresh Off The Boat' Executive Producer Melvin Mar Helped Change Hollywood Behind the Scenes: Fresh Off The Boat executive producer Melvin Mar talks about making history with the first Asian-American show in 20 years and the long game he played to get it on the small screen.
'Fresh Off the Boat' Star Constance Wu on Taking Action for Asian-American Visibility in Hollywood: Variety talks to Constance Wu about heading into season three of Fresh Off The Boat.
The Modern Love Podcast: Constance Wu Reads 'Marry a Man Who Loves His Mother': In this episode of Modern Love: The Podcast, the actress Constance Wu reads Artis Henderson's essay "Marry a Man Who Loves His Mother," about a mother and daughter-in-law whose grief brings them closer together.
The Surprising Return of MC Jin: Rapper MC Jin -- yes, the famed "Freestyle Friday" Hall of Famer -- is back in New York City trying to jumpstart a second act -- in standup comedy.
Rocky Rivera on Rapping Her Way into Pinay Warriorhood: San Francisco emcee and activist Rocky Rivera makes hard-hitting anthems that champion girl power and Filipino pride.
Crossing Cultures: The Compelling Tug of Chinese Memories on Belle Yang: Artist Belle Yang, who has published ten illustrated books and a graphic novel, chronicles a history lost to many Chinese Americans.