9.30.2018

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If We Called Ourselves Yellow
A look into the history and impact of labeling East Asians as yellow, and a case for reclaiming it (again).

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Thousands Could Be Deported As Government Targets Asylum Mills' Clients
NPR's Planet Money has learned that more than 13,500 immigrants, mostly Chinese, who were granted asylum status years ago by the U.S. government, are facing possible deportation.

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Mazie Hirono's Identity As a Woman, Asian-American, and Immigrant Matters
If you haven't heard about Hawaii's Democratic senator Mazie Hirono, you better get up to speed.

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East Wind ezine
East Wind magazine, which originally published in 1982 to 1989, has been relaunched as East Wind ezine, an online publication focused on political and cultural issues of Asian Pacific Americans.

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Tadd Fujikawa Came Out, and Accidentally Made Golf History
Tadd Fujikawa, the first openly gay male pro golfer talks about why he chose to come out on Instagram, how it's affected his game, and how religion came into play.

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Yo-Yo Ma Wants Bach to Save the World
In support of his latest album Six Evolutions, renown cellist Yo-Yo Ma has embarked on an epic 36-city, six-continent tour that blends performances of Bach with community engagement.

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Chloe Kim On Post-Olympics Life, Self-Care, & Being An Asian-American Icon
Refinery29 sits down with teen champion snowboarder Chloe Kim to discuss her partnership with Korean beauty brand Laneige, her post-Olympics life, and how she feels about being an Asian American icon.

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‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Is Now The Highest-Grossing Romantic Comedy In A Decade
In case you haven't heard, Crazy Rich Asians have made a lot of money at the box office.


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