Girl stands with drink in hand at Yuzu event.

Yuzu: The zesty new Asian dating app

The group behind Tinder and Match have launched an app for Asians to find love online, but it’s real sweetness lies in its power to build community

An image of the author and filmmaker, Jeff Chiba Stearns, looking up in a photo studio.

Jeff Chiba Stearns is tired of being asked ‘What are you?’

The mixed Asian American storyteller has made several documentaries and children’s books to dismantle that infamous question

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Netflix’s ‘3 Body Problem’ Has No Solution

The epic sci-fi series examining science and religion attempts to condense author Liu Cixin’s trilogy into eight episodes

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Prep for the Chaos of Aries Season With These TikToks

Get ready for a month of competitiveness and brutal honesty

Chef Kaleena Bliss, in a white chef's jacket and black apron stands in a kitchen with a gray box in her hand.

Meet one of the contestants of ‘Top Chef’ season 21

Kaleena Bliss is a Chicago chef by way of the Pacific Northwest, and she’s out to win

An Asian man in a white top and dark pants and apron, stands in a kitchen, holding a tray of vegetables and throws an apple in the air.

Peter Som may just be the ultimate multi-hyphenate

Fans see his Chinese American heritage show brightly in his work, from fashion to food

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Let’s Appreciate the Bright Pink Universe of CHAI One Last Time

The all-girl Japanese band disbanded this month, but their impact will last forever

Two Asian men stand together, holding up white sneakers.

The founders of 1587 are out to show AA+PIs are ‘dope as shit!’

The sneaker and fashion brand is all about uplifting Asian American voices

Singer and rapper BBY NABE performs on stage while reaching out to fans in the audience.

BBY NABE is living the dream

Writer Oscar Kim Bauman talks to the singer and rapper about how he turned a casual hobby to full-blown musical career

Actor Charlie Bushnell as Luke Castellan in a trojan-style helmet and armor in "Percy Jackson and the Olympians."

A peak into the mind actor Charlie Bushnell of Disney+’s new ‘Percy Jackson’

As iconic antihero Luke Castellan, Bushnell is the guy a generation of bookworms love to hate

A closeup of Lilly Singh, with her hair in a low ponytail and in a white polka dotted shirt, in front of a chalkboard.

Lilly Singh’s ‘Doin’ It’ is an outlandish sex ed comedy teens actually need

The SXSW debut is kinda gross, really funny, and surprisingly thought-provoking in its politics

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It’s Time for Another TikTok Roundup!

Let’s get excited for the weekend with some silly vids

A man in a yellow apron smiles for the camera while standing in a kitchen.

Kenji Lopez-Alt will delete your comments if you’re a dick

One of the internet’s most famous food writers talks about cultural appropriation, personal goals, and how to handle the inevitable trolls

Guitarist MEMI, in grayscale, plays guitar on a stage with a drum set and drummer behind her.

Meet the South Korean queen of guitar

MEMI, and her band 24Hours, are set to bring their inspired rock stateside for the first time this week

A man is sitting and looks to the left with his hand outstretched as if in the middle of a speech.

Carl Lorenz Cervantes finds Filipino-ness in the paranormal

How telepathy, witchcraft, psychic experiments, and ancient civilizations play a part in the Filipino Indigenization movement

Rear view of large group of people enjoying a concert performance. There are many hands applauding and taping the show. Multi colored lasers and spot lights firing from the stage. Silhouettes have been significantly liquified.

Dive into Miami Music Week with Hidden Horizon’s All-Asian lineup

Eight Asian DJs will share the spotlight at the new music label’s launch party

Director and journalist Basel Adra, in a blue shirt, lays on a hill of grass and rocks, with a bulldozer in the background.

‘No Other Land’: A vital Palestinian doc exposes cinema’s hypocrisies

From Berlin to the Oscars, the chasm between the movies and their industries continues to grow

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New Biography Honors Acting Legend Anna May Wong in ‘Not Your China Doll’

Author Katie Gee Salisbury talks about her new book “Not Your China Doll” and her own mixed race journey

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Should Hollywood adopt the Indian intermission model?

With more American movies crossing the 3-hour mark, critic Siddhant Adlakha weighs the arguments for and against the bathroom break

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Get Your Daily Dose of Joy With These TikToks

It’s that time of the week!

The book cover of "The Manicurist's Daughter" features the bright sign of a manicured hand holding a red rose.

Susan Lieu’s Story Started When Her Mother’s Ended

In new memoir “The Manicurist’s Daughter,” the author explores her mother’s unexpected death and her own journey into motherhood

A model in an orange dress walks down a runway with audience members taking photos on their phones.

Asian diasporic designers’ best looks from Fashion Week 2024

Across the world’s hottest fashion destinations, our favorite designers debuted some killer ‘fits and trends for next fall/winter

Sandra Oh and Sarayu Blue at different carpet events.

Sandra Oh, Sarayu Blue among CAPE 2nd annual Radiance honorees

The Coalition of Asian Pacifics in Entertainment have announced the women to be honored at next week’s event

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‘The Brothers Sun’: A Goodbye Letter

Netflix’s Asian American action-drama was just canceled after only one season—here’s why the show meant so much to writer Daniel Anderson and much of the AA+PI community

Para powerlifter Bobby Body, holds an American flag behind him, with a gold medal around his neck, at the Parapan American Games in 2023.

Road to Paris: Bobby Body and the Power of Positive Thinking

The veteran-turned-para powerlifter never imagined being a world-class athlete when he had two legs—now he’s got Paralympic gold in his sights

Casting director Jenny Jue, in a white top and black pants, sits in a chair and smiles against a beige background.

You Can Thank Jenny Jue for Getting Asian American Faces on TV

This talented casting director, with 20-plus years of experience working for directors from Bong Joon Ho to Quentin Tarantino, spills the tea on what it’s really like fighting for representation