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'Late Night' Writer's Guide To Celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
"Do bow to me! But it's not because I'm Asian, it's just because I'm cool as hell," Karen Chee says.
What It's Like Being Disabled And Asian In America
The pressure to conform to Western values, lifestyles and standards of success can be especially hard on disabled Asian Americans.
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Why Jake Choi Of 'The Sun Is Also A Star' Represents The Invisible Asian America
Raised by a single mom with working-class immigrant roots, the actor is now experiencing his come-up.
‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Star Alex Landi Aims To Set New Bar For Asian Representation In Hollywood
Curtis M. Wong
The actor, who plays Dr. Nico Kim on "Grey's," also has his eye on “Shang-Chi," Marvel's groundbreaking superhero franchise.
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Reporter Apologizes For Calling American K-Pop Singer's English 'Phenomenal'
KTLA's Sam Rubin apologized for not doing "additional research" on NCT 127.
6 Lovely Children's Books About Asian American Culture
Jolie A. Doggett
May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, and it’s the perfect time to discover some new stories about Asian people, places, food and culture.
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Connecticut Attorney General: Asian Americans Must Stop Being ‘Invisible To Ourselves’
William Tong says Asian American political candidates face an insidious challenge: "That people don’t see us in these roles."
I Spent Half My Life Feeling Shame For Being Asian In America. Here’s What Changed.
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Grieving for my grandparents and my culture shifted something inside me.
Meet Washington State's Motorcycle Enthusiast, Rap-Loving Asian American Freshman Senator
Joe Nguyen (D-Wash.) is the first person of color to hold a seat in his state's 34th District.
Jeremy Lin Wore A 'Boba' Sweatshirt To NBA Playoffs Because He Came To Win
Lin repped Asian America's drink of choice.
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Cast Of Margaret Cho's 'All-American Girl' Reunites 25 Years Later
The trailblazing ABC comedy was the first Asian American sitcom to air on network television.
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Fox Gets ‘F’ On Asian American Representation Report Card After Withholding Diversity Data
The network consistently has not shared data with the Asian Pacific American Media Coalition for its annual evaluation of major networks' progress toward diversity and inclusion.
BBC Gets Slammed For Video About Why Kimchi's Taste Is 'So Odd'
Asians on social media accused the outlet of resorting to the all-too-common practice of ridiculing traditionally Asian foods.
Actor Lucy Liu Gets Hollywood Star
Just in time for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Lucy Liu became only the second Asian American woman to get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Hasan Minhaj, Sandra Oh Among Honorees On List Of 100 Most Influential Asians
Asian collective Gold House released its annual "A100" at the start of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.
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Harry Shum Jr. On How Lack Of Asian Representation Hurt His Self-Perception
"You feel like something’s wrong with you,” the “Crazy Rich Asians” star said of not seeing people like himself in portrayed in media and entertainment.
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Phil Yu Of 'Angry Asian Man': 'Don't Let Anyone Else Tell Your Story'
The man behind the groundbreaking Asian American blog shares how he got started, reflects on the media and reveals what's most rewarding about being "Angry Asian Man."
My Mental Illness Did Not Prevent Me From Succeeding, But The Stigma Nearly Did
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I have learned to separate trauma from culture.
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Asian American Civil Rights, Legal Groups Push Back On Census Citizenship Question
The Supreme Court heard arguments regarding the addition of a citizenship question on the 2020 census.
NFL Champion Sends Message To Fellow Asian American Football Star Taylor Rapp
"So Asians can't play football, huh? I'd say we're pretty darn good," Hines Ward told the NFL draft prospect.
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Trevor Noah Honors 'Daily Show' Alum Hasan Minhaj In 2019 Time 100 List
The comedian and "Patriot Act" star was named one of the 100 most influential people by the magazine.
Ronny Chieng Explains Why An Asian Would Make The Perfect President
The comedian and “Daily Show” correspondent makes a hilariously compelling point for candidacy.
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That Time Someone Mixed Up Awkwafina With Ali Wong
Sandra Oh Cried When She Met Her Hero Yoko Ono
“There’s a deep Asianness ... where your body just goes into respect. And then coming up to her, I didn’t know I could bow so low,” the "Killing Eve" star said.
What Hollywood Is Getting Right (And Wrong) About Colorism
Fighting for inclusion in Hollywood means considering how not just racism but the colorism within that influences the casting of Black, Latinx and Asian-American roles.
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Andrew Yang Talks Identity On The Campaign Trail, Growing Up Asian-American
The Democratic presidential candidate chatted with HuffPost about how his identity plays into his campaign.
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