Today is World AIDS Day. What will you do to learn for yourself and educate others? Find out what President Obama and Vietnam fashion student Nguyen Minh Tuan are up to today.
Asian Americans are pretty much awesome at everything. So why haven’t we taken over fashion and entertainment yet? Models Judy Ly and Isabelle Du add their take.
Hatred and violence has become common nature in America. What can we do to reflect upon our violent past and grow beyond our animosity? Here is my proposition.
In the world of art and style, being edgy and avant-garde is commended. But does taping a Caucasian model’s eyelids back take fashion too far?
Fox Sports singles out Asian immigrants in a distasteful attempt at humor at the University of Southern California.
Take a Vietnamese comedian and put him in a commercial with stereotypically Asian things and two hot white chicks. Funny or distasteful?
I’ve always thought of myself as an outspoken Vietnamese-American woman. But for three weeks of my life, I pretty much could have called myself white. Find out how and why.
Today is the first World Health Organization-sponsored World Hepatitis Day. Learn more about the effects of HBV in the Asian American Pacific Islander community and around the world. With 370 million people worldwide affected by chronic HBV, it’s time we stand up against this preventable disease.
Asian faces can be transformed to something more conventionally Western. Is this just a makeup transformation or another outlet to be more white?
Are you Asian and Uncool? Find out from a bunch of random White people how to be Asian AND Cool, since those two things are almost always mutually exclusive!