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Racism Created U.S. Chinatowns
Racism and discrimination shaped Chinatowns across America in the mid-1800s.
The Genteel Racism Behind The New York Times' Canal Street Gentrification Piece
The Chinatown the Times sniffs at — the various “low” exotica, the wares being hawked, the tourists — is rooted in immigrants' desire to make a living.
STYLE & BEAUTY
14 Chinatown Seniors With More Swag Than Anyone You Know
These grandmas and grandpas have style for days. 🕶️
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Luxury Developments, Gentrification, Airbnb: The Battle For Boston's Chinatown
“We’re being eaten up little by little. Chinatown is getting very small.”
Citizens in Boston's Black Communities Will Visit the Polls This Week. But is the spirit of the Voting Rights Act being ignored? (Photo Source: Blacksonline.com)
Boston Minority Voters Face Possible Violation Of Election Rights In This Week's Elections
Kevin C. Peterson
Writer on Race & Politics
Black and Asian voters are most vulnerable at losing fair access to the polls and their voting rights.
QingWai Wong and Paul Wagtouicz
What The American Dream Means To Chinese Restaurant Families
"Knowing that my parents work so hard makes me want to work a little harder too."
The Unstoppable Rise Of Jesse Watters, 'Golden Boy' Of Trump's Favorite Network
A year ago, the Bill O'Reilly protege released his breathtakingly racist "Chinatown" segment. He's only gotten bigger since then.
Courtesy Phillip Cheng Kai Ng
Two Asian-Americans On Growing Up In The Midwest vs. Chinatown
What it’s like being one of a few Asian-Americans in school, contrasted with having a whole community you relate to.
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Why I No Longer Distract My Kids When We Travel
Telling all sides of the parenting story
By Andrea Hannah for Motherwell I have this yellow backpack. It stretches the length of my torso and puffs out at the top
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The U.S. Ban On Chinese Immigrants Led To Mexico's Largest Chinatown
Chinese immigrants weren't always welcomed in Mexico, but they made it their home.
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NYC's Chinatown Finally Represented By An Asian-American In State Assembly
“It’ll be very powerful to have our experiences as first-generation kids in the assembly.”
La Kretz is L.A.'s HP Garage
A walker in the city.
La Kretz is L.A.'s HP Garage. To borrow an overused term from a highly disruptive technology to describe LACI and La Kretz
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Here's Why People Still Think Racist Asian Jokes Are Acceptable
It doesn't help that U.S. groups once launched an actual campaign about passive Asians.
'Daily Show' Correspondent Blasts Fox News Reporter's Racist Chinatown Segment
For once, Chinese government censorship is a good thing.
STYLE & BEAUTY
Chinatown Fusion: Aux Epices
Philip David Morton
Writer, producer, contributor
Aux Epices; 121 Baxter Street, NY, NY, 10013. Open mon-sat 11AM-10PM. Lattes and wine are available as well as tarts and
From Muse To MAGIC: Julia Fox's Solo Show In Chinatown
Jill Di Donato
Writer, Author of 'Beautiful Garbage: A Novel'
The last time I interviewed her, about a year ago, Fox told me that she was working on a solo photography show that was going
Writer and photographer
I'm not the type to escape but maybe to elude, I was taught the way through chinatown blue
FOOD & DRINK
Cooking Art History: From Ancient Roots to Chinatown
Art and culinary historian and founder of ArtBites
One of the most ancient cuisines in the world, Chinese food follows the yin and yang principle of finding balance in opposition and the understanding that everything within the cosmos is interconnected.
The City in Focus: Happy Chinese New Year
Novelist & Photographer
Image Copyright (c) Mark Coggins, 2015 Mother and son at Chinese Community Street Fair in Chinatown. The City in Focus features
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