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Joan Chen honored at SF Asian American film fest: Actress/director Joan Chen is being honored by the 30th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival, with screenings of White Frog, Xiu Xiu: The Sent-Down Girl and Saving Face.

Alumni Spotlight: Justin Lin At the Sundance Film Festival, alumni director Justin Lin reflects on the evolution of his career, from the shoestring budget of his indie breakout Better Luck Tomorrow to his tenure at the helm of The Fast and the Furious franchise.

Chinese, Japanese, Dirty Knees, Look at THIS!: A WTF moment brought to you by stock photos.

We need to train young journalists (and people in general) about older racial epithets: A call for journalists to do their research in racism.

Reimagining Revolution: Q&A with Grace Lee Boggs: Seventy years of activism and Grace Lee Boggs is still going strong. Here, she speaks to her past experience as a Chinese American in a mostly black movement, and her thoughts on activism today.

Angela Davis and Grace Lee Boggs Ponder Activism in the Age of Occupy: On Friday, Grace Lee Boggs and Angela Davis took the stage at UC Berkeley as part of the Empowering Women of Color Conference. Momo Chang offers a nice summary of Boggs’ life for those who are not familiar with her work.

For Deliverymen, Speed, Tips and Fear on Wheels: A no-frills look into a day in the life of Lin Dakang, a bicycling food delivery worker in NYC.

White House Recognizes Hee Joo Yoon as a Champion of Change and Leader in Housing Counseling: Hee Joo Yoon is the Program Director of the Korean Resource Center, which in 2008 launched a foreclosure prevention counseling program, providing bilingual resources for low-income immigrant communities.

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