Through her work, photographer Arin Yoon re-examines her connection to the U.S., reconsidering histories while exploring her connection to the landscape, her children and their past and future selves.
Local writer and editor Tina Firesheets has written a book titled 100 Things to Do in Winston-Salem Before You Die.
The saxophonist and composer resisted his Japanese American heritage for decades. He now funnels that painful and triumphant personal history into a string of vital records.
K-Pop stars BTS met with President Biden Tuesday to talk about inclusion and representation. There's been an increase in hate crimes against Asian Americans and Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders.
The anniversary of the shooting spree that killed eight people, six of whom were women of Asian descent, will take place Tuesday. Organizers are planning rallies around the country.
A review of "Turning Red" posted online this week sparked outcry for calling the film, which features a Chinese Canadian teenage girl, "limiting."
American Girl hopes Corinne Tan's story will teach kids about standing up to racism. It's also partnering with the nonprofit AAPI Youth Rising to "help amplify young voices like Corinne's."
Three big cities might have their first Asian American Pacific Islander mayor next year. These candidates aren't just breaking barriers, they're fighting stereotypes at the root of anti-Asian hate.
Hollywood's top grossing films rarely include API roles and when they do actors are cast in stereotypical roles. The exception: Dwayne Johnson, who accounts for a third of all API lead actor roles.
A new initiative in Guilford County has launched a multimedia project to counter a rise in attacks and harassment of Asian-Americans.