Song: Halka Halka lyrics Movie: Fanney Khan Singers: Sunidhi Chauhan Musicians: Amit Trivedi Lyricists: Irshad Kamil.Mujhse tu na mujhse kabhi bichhde Tu roz, tu roz, do ghoont No tags for this post.
I was pleasantly surprised to see this Bounty commercial while watching NBC Nightly News over the weekend recently depicting a dad with his two daughters: “Spilled something? Quick! The Quicker Picker Upper! Bounty paper towels pick up spills quicker and are 2x more absorbent* so you can get back to more important things.” Reminded me […]
'Killing Eve' star is the first Asian actress ever nominated for lead in a drama series. Well, would you look at that. The 2018 Emmy Awards nominations were announced this morning. Among the surprises and snubs, something historic: Sandra Oh's lead actress nomination for Killing Eve. The nod makes Oh the first actress of Asian […]
Guest Post by Sarah Kuhn Heroine’s Journey, the third book in my series starring Asian American superheroines, came out last week. It’s the end of a trilogy — but also the launch point for a new one because I just signed on to continue the series with three new books and a novella! I could […]
By Guest Contributor: Muqing M. Zhang (@muqingmzhang) On July 3, 2018, Rosey Blair, an aspiring actress and blogger, posted a nearly sixty tweet long Twitter thread, detailing every private interaction that a woman sitting in front of her on a plane had with the man sitting next to her, over the course of a roughly […]
By Reappropriate Intern: V. Huynh The Creator Of ‘The Sexual Assault Survivors’ Bill Of Rights’ Was Just Nominated For The Nobel Peace Prize “After being sexually assaulted in Massachusetts, Amanda learned that state law dictated that her rape kit (which contained genetic material that could help prosecute her assailant) could be destroyed after six months, even […]
Now accepting applications for the Neighborhoods Fellowship and the Muslim Communities Fellowship Hey, writers! They Asian American Writers' Workshop is accepting applications for the Open City Fellowships. Specifically: the Neighborhoods Fellowship, a unique opportunity for emerging Asian American writers to publish narrative nonfiction over the span of six months on the vibrant Asian American communities […]
Cheering for Mexico in the U.S. is a co-sign for hope in increasingly troubled times by TuAnh Dam You mightContinue Reading No tags for this post.
By Reappropriate Intern: V. Huynh What it means to be seen as a queer Asian American “Everywhere I turn – nightlife, zines, Instagram, my local coffee shop – I see queer Asians flaunting their attitude, their platform heels, and a smoldering, IDGAF look that inspires me to be louder, prouder, and fearless. But when I […]
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By: Karin Wang (@naragirl), Asian Americans Advancing Justice Since we launched “Write Back, Fight Back” two months ago, we have witnessed the power of words to name our struggles, reclaim our identities, and voice our power. We close out our series by centering the story of Asian immigrants challenging racism through the courts and in […]
By Guest Contributor: Mia Ives-Rublee (@SeeMiaRoll) The cries of children echo in my head after listening to the ProPublica recording of children crying at a detention center. It reminds me of my own experiences as a young child. I was adopted at the age of three from South Korea. My biological family left me at […]
The following piece is part of The Aerogram’s collaboration with the South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA), which documents and shares the history of South Asian Americans. *** YouTube video[…] The post When Gay Pride Was Excluded From India Pride appeared first on The Aerogram. No tags for this post.
Thanks to NBA insiders like Adrian Wojnarowski and Shams Charania, watching the NBA draft hasn’t been the same for theContinue Reading No tags for this post.
Image courtesy of NBC News. Back in 2015, I had watched on 60 Minutes and also read with dismay Chinese American Sherry Chen’s story: “On Monday, Oct. 20, 2014, Sherry Chen drove, as usual, to her office at the National Weather Service in Wilmington, Ohio, where she forecast flood threats along the Ohio River. She […]