A heartbreaking moment captured on the cover of the magazine.
A 65-year-old woman was kicked to the ground and beaten on her on Monday in an unprovoked attack in Midtown, NYC.
Xiao Zhen Xie, the 75-year-old Asian woman who was attacked in San Francisco plans to take her GoFundMe donation to combat racism.
A video about the recent shootings at three Asian businesses.
The stereotype of the “China Doll” or “Lotus Blossom” has often been perpetuated by the media — women as submissive and quiet servants.
David Byunghyun Lee over at Gawker writes an excellent essay about the tensions between Korean and American culture, and struggles with Asian-American identity.
Amy Chua, infamous “Tiger Mom,” is at it again. This time, she claims some groups are just plain better than others. Yikes.
There is a widespread phenomenon known as the “perpetual foreigner” syndrome. This is a common perception that Asian Americans are not really “American,” regardless of how long one has lived in the US.
White guy wonders if asians have a hard time telling white people apart. He dresses as Roger Federer to test his hypothesis.
Freelance writer Suey Park, advocate for the Asian American feminism, created a new hashtag to discuss issues of feminism and stereotypes related to Asian American culture.