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Idiots Use Plane Crash in San Francisco to Mock Asians, Blame North Korea: Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crash lands at San Francisco International Airport. The ignorant dumbasses on Twitter respond accordingly.

Asiana Airline Crash Brings Out the Racists on Twitter: "But, what I think needs further examination here is how easily racism allows people to reduce Asians and other people of color to mere objects. And then, once we've been objectified, to use us to leverage everything from humor to profit to public policy, with those last two often going together, btw."

Working to Combat the Stigma of Autism: Autism Speaks, an advocacy group, is working with Korean parents in Queens to erase the stigma and misconceptions of autism in the Korean American community.

In Houston, America's Diverse Future Has Already Arrived: NPR takes a look into changes that could reshape Texas politics over the next decade. This report looks into Houston, where Asian Americans make up the fastest growing demographic.

Bittersweet At No. 1: How A Japanese Song Topped The Charts In 1963: In the summer of 1963, an unlikely song topped the U.S. charts: Kyu Sakamoto's "Sukiyaki."

"The Chinese-Americans" photography series: An Rong Xu's ongoing photography project, which documents Chinese American life, is a way for him to process his dual identity.

Eric Liu: Asians Could Be Template For Seeing Nuances Of Race, Citizenship: Former Bill Clinton speechwriter and policy advisor Eric Liu on how the Asian American community can be a prism through which we can see the nuances of race and class in the U.S.

Why I Donated My Stool: This spring, Marie Myung-ok Lee saved a friend from a terrible illness, maybe even death. Not by donating a kidney or a piece of her lung -- she did it with her stool.

Meet Timothy DeLaGhetto, New Cast Member On Nick Cannon's 'Wild 'N Out': Nick Cannon's Wild 'N Out returns to MTV, and the new cast of the hip hop/comedy freestyle battle show includes YouTube star Tim Chantarangsu, aka Traphik, aka Timothy DeLaGhetto.

My Asian Supermarket Childhood: S. Zainab Williams takes a stroll down memory lane through the familiar aisles of Asian supermarkets.

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