'Doctor Strange' Cast Addresses Whitewashing Controversy at Film's World Premiere: Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson says he wanted to cast The Ancient One as a woman, but not an Asian woman, because he wanted to avoid "Dragon Lady" stereotypes. Nice try. How about trying a little harder?
Commemorating LA's Chinese Massacre, possibly the worst lynching in US history: Monday marks the 145th anniversary of the Chinese Massacre, when vigilantes tortured and hanged at least 18 Chinese men and boys in LA's Chinatown.
Vietnamese-Americans Are No Longer A Lock For The Republican Party: "Vietnamese-Americans, who number nearly 2 million, with especially large concentrations in California and Texas, are part of the larger narrative of Asian-Americans who have switched party affiliations and votes from Republican to Democratic."
George Takei: An Open Letter to America's Young Voters: The acclaimed actor and activist writes about how our youth can lead the U.S. to a brighter, more tolerant future post-Trump.
My Korean mom is voting for Trump *backwards dive into a sea of eye rolls*: For the duration of election season, Jezzika Chung will be communicating with her mother only via text.
How I Learned That Beauty Doesn't Have To Hurt: "Growing up in a Korean American family, I absorbed the idea that any feeling of pleasure comes at a cost. But as I get older, I'm realizing it doesn't have to work that way."
I 'Went Back to China' -- and Felt More American Than Ever: "I had tried to 'go back to China,' only to find myself more American than I'd realized. But I'm not running away anymore."
How Asian-American Radicals Brought 'Yellow Power' To Chinatown: A short history on how radical Asian Americans organized in New York City's Chinatown throughout the 1960s and 70s.
Ashok and Jeff Find Out Who's Fakin' The Funk: Writer and activist Jeff Chang talks about code switching, his new book We Gon' Be Alright, Asian American spectator status, and President Obama's favorite comic book store in Honolulu.
Watch as Koreatown's Best Restaurant Gets Sold Off to Developers: The latest installment of KCET's The Migrant Kitchen tells the heartbreaking story of Jun Won, one of Los Angeles Koreatown's best restaurants.
Mulan, Whitewashing, And The Problem Of Asian-American Representation In Hollywood: The controversy over casting the live-action Mulan raises some issues.
'Iron Fist' Won't Be the Asian-American 'Luke Cage', Which Blows: Marvel's Iron Fist is a show engineered for everyone, but so far it appears to ignore the identity that could have made it truly significant.
StoryCorps: Exploring Filipino Arts in SoMa: In celebration of Filipino American History Month, CAAM and StoryCorps SF collaborated to capture some oral histories from Filipino Americans in SoMa.
The Making of a Comics Memoir: Mari Naomi's latest comic I Thought You Hated Me strives to depict more realistic and nuanced stories of female friendship.
Day In The Life With Chloe KIm: TIME takes you inside a day with Chloe Kim, a record-breaking American snowboarder and one of TIME's 30 most influential teens of 2016.