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Jeremy Lin on the Loneliness of Asian-American NBA Trailblazing

Jeremy Lin on the Loneliness of Asian-American NBA Trailblazing

by Julianne Hing on March 27 2015, 2:52PM

J.Lin talks race, turnovers, and the Bible verse that’s getting him through.

Topics: /NOW, Sports

'Fresh Off the Boat' Won't Make You Cringe!

‘Fresh Off the Boat’ Won’t Make You Cringe!

by Julianne Hing on February 5 2015, 1:05PM

No chopsticks jokes here.

Topics: Arts & Culture

How to Tell If Your Memoir's Being Whitewashed for Network TV

How to Tell If Your Memoir’s Being Whitewashed for Network TV

by Julianne Hing on January 14 2015, 11:41AM

“If you’re high enough, orange chicken ain’t so bad.”

Topics: Arts & Culture, Media, /NOW

'The Search for General Tso' and the Chinese-American Immigrant Experience

‘The Search for General Tso’ and the Chinese-American Immigrant Experience

by Jamilah King on January 8 2015, 11:16AM

Who invented America’s favorite Chinese food dish, and why?

Topics: Culture

UNC, Harvard Sued for Discriminating Against Asians in Admissions

UNC, Harvard Sued for Discriminating Against Asians in Admissions

by Julianne Hing on November 17 2014, 12:58PM

Asians are putting themselves at the frontlines of the fight to end affirmative action in college admissions.

Topics: /NOW, Schools & Youth

Randall Park Knows You're Nervous About 'Fresh Off the Boat'

Randall Park Knows You’re Nervous About ‘Fresh Off the Boat’

by Julianne Hing on November 13 2014, 7:00AM

TV’s newest Asian-American dad talks about race and the pressure that comes with being on the first Asian-American family sitcom in 20 years.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Asian Woman Acts Like Creepy Dude, Talks About White Fetish

Asian Woman Acts Like Creepy Dude, Talks About White Fetish

by Jamilah King on November 6 2014, 2:03PM

Joy Regullano was tired of white men fetishizing Asian woman, so she did something about it.

Topics: Culture

The Problem With Time Magazine's New Take on Asian-Americans in Tech

The Problem With Time Magazine’s New Take on Asian-Americans in Tech

by Julianne Hing on October 20 2014, 7:00AM

How Time acknowledged but ended up succumbing to the pitfalls of writing about Asian-Americans in the U.S.

Topics: Media, Society

Dispatch from Ferguson: Convenience Store Owners Talk Race

Dispatch from Ferguson: Convenience Store Owners Talk Race

by Deepa Iyer on October 14 2014, 7:00AM

In Ferguson for the National Weekend of Resistance, activist and writer Deepa Iyer talked to area South Asian and Arab-American shopkeepers about race, community and police.

Topics: Dispatches, Ferguson

It's Now Easier to Find Government Data on Asian-Americans

It’s Now Easier to Find Government Data on Asian-Americans

by Jamilah King on October 1 2014, 11:27AM

The new website features roughly 2,000 data sets and reports from nearly 50 federal, state, city, and county sources.

Topics: /NOW

Report: Sunday Talk Shows Rarely Mention Asian-Americans

Report: Sunday Talk Shows Rarely Mention Asian-Americans

by Jamilah King on September 30 2014, 12:29PM

A new study digs into the data and proposes solutions.

Topics: Culture

Poll: Californians' Support for Affirmative Action on the Rise

Poll: Californians’ Support for Affirmative Action on the Rise

by Julianne Hing on September 26 2014, 2:44PM

Affirmative action may not be political anathema after all.

Topics: Affirmative Action, /NOW, Schools & Youth

John Cho Talks About Barriers Facing Asian-American Actors

John Cho Talks About Barriers Facing Asian-American Actors

by Jamilah King on September 23 2014, 12:02PM

His new show, “Selfie,” premieres on September 30.

Topics: Culture

Following Ferguson: Asian Americans Can Choose 'Invisibility, Complicity, or Resistance'

Following Ferguson: Asian Americans Can Choose ‘Invisibility, Complicity, or Resistance’

by Julianne Hing on August 20 2014, 7:00PM

What responsibility do non-black people of color have to speak up for justice?

Topics: Criminal Justice, Ferguson, /NOW

Arthur Chu: Faking a Chinese Accent Is a Fraught Task

Arthur Chu: Faking a Chinese Accent Is a Fraught Task

by Julianne Hing on July 31 2014, 4:27PM

What’s it like to be an actor and second-generation Chinese-American—and put on an accent for work?

Topics: Arts & Culture, Media, /NOW

In Orange County, Snapshots of the New America [Photos]

In Orange County, Snapshots of the New America [Photos]

by Julianne Hing on July 30 2014, 10:19AM

What does your Asian America look like?

Topics: Immigration

Meet the Artist Behind the Lowrider Rickshaw

Meet the Artist Behind the Lowrider Rickshaw

by Jamilah King on June 11 2014, 11:46AM

He’s part of a new generation of California artist who are exploring Asian-American and Chicano cultural identities.

Topics: Culture

Video: If Asians Said the Stuff White People Say Play

Video: If Asians Said the Stuff White People Say

by Jamilah King on June 9 2014, 3:19PM

Because sometimes white privilege is just so ridiculous you can’t help but laugh.

Topics: Culture

Comedian Kristina Wong Opens Up About Mental Illness and Chinese-Americans

Comedian Kristina Wong Opens Up About Mental Illness and Chinese-Americans

by Jamilah King on May 16 2014, 11:00AM

She toured with her show about Asian-American women and depression for seven years.

Topics: Culture

Detroit News Columnist Rewrites History of Vincent Chin Hate Crime

Detroit News Columnist Rewrites History of Vincent Chin Hate Crime

by Julianne Hing on May 1 2014, 5:40PM

Columnist Neal Rubin is using the words of one reporter to rewrite a key chapter of Asian-American civil rights history, community leaders argue.

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