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The Asian American Journalists Association criticized the poster published Thursday. The group's president, who's an Associated Press editor, wrote to the newspaper's publisher that the slogan might be considered clever but was offensive when written … No tags for this post.
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IN THIS EPISODE of Nice Girls Crew, Leena surprises everyone with a display of her “accidental genius,” while Geraldine regresses to some good ole fashioned playground taunting. But the real shocker of the session is Sophie’s surprising depth of imagination. #RevengeSophieStyle Help us make NICE GIRLS CREW 2! Donate to our IndieGogo Campaign for Season […]
Nice Girls Crew, Season 1, Episode 1 Meet Geraldine, Leena, and Sophie. The bestest of childhood frenemies, all grown up and starting a book club. Their subjects of interest? Vampires, cannibalism, prescription drugs, and Teddy bears. Basically everything you’d expect in good company! Starring Sheetal Sheth as Leena, Michelle Krusiec as Geraldine, and Lynn Chen […]
Directed by Calvin Sun at Columbia University: [email protected] Identity – Unraveling “Asian America” seeks to reveal what lies beneath the color of our skins for a new generation of Asian Americans. This ten minute video by the Columbia University Asian American Alliance features selected interviews from 50+ undergraduate students representing over 20 different cultural and […]
This fascinating sliver of little-known history about the father of Japanese-American ball playing offers a bright spot in a dark period of American history. After Pearl Harbor, Kenichi Zenimura, who played in games with Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig, built … No tags for this post.
The Little Tokyo Community Council is a nonprofit with over 90 member organizations whose mission is to ensure that Little Tokyo is a viable center for the Japanese American community and the Los Angeles Downtown community. The council works to … No tags for this post.
Gordon Kiyoshi Hirabayashi (1918-2012) was an American sociologist best known for his resistance to the Japanese-American internment during World War II. He was one of the only three to openly defy it. After being convicted for curfew violation he was … No tags for this post.
Seventy-one years ago, then Park University president William Lindsay Young, D.D., LL.D., Litt.D. (all honorary), defied local community sentiment and enrolled 12 second-generation Japanese-American (Nisei) students into the University in cooperation … No tags for this post.
Though Bonta, the first Filipino American in California legislature, does not represent Union City, he recently authored Assembly Bill 123 to push for Filipino American history to be taught in California public schools. Bonta highlights Itliong and … No tags for this post.
The Radford High School graduate is a first generation Filipino-American whose parents immigrated here for a better life. One of three brothers, Ablan was the first in his family to graduate from college. "I went to U.H. graduated in marketing and … No tags for this post.
He added that several big galleries and artists including Goethe-Institute and Cao Yong, a Chinese American artist, will join in this year. "We chose Cao Yong because his style is different from many other artworks in the zone," Chen said, "We are … No tags for this post.
His story is the stuff of Chinese-American legend. As a youth in China, his parents were caught up in the Cultural Revolution and sent to work in a factory. Tian worked in a factory himself before entering a voice competition and winning a spot in the … No tags for this post.
Supporting arguments focused on Chinese/American interdependency. “The United States receives a large percentage of China's exports,” and those goods cost less than made-in-the-USA products, Bergeson said about that approach. “As a defensive move, … No tags for this post.