Kristy Drutman of Browngirl Green.

The World’s on Fire—Kristy Drutman Wants Us to Do Something About It

The environmentalist content creator and entrepreneur talks entrepreneurship, applying her mixed perspective on creating climate solutions, and how you can do the same


Hirokazu Kore-eda at the premiere of his film “Broker” at the San Sebastián International Film Festival.

Hirokazu Kore-eda’s New Film ‘Broker’ Tackles Found Family and More

Writer Guillermo De Querol interviews the Japanese director about his first Korean-language film

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New York City Public Schools Will Start Observing Diwali Next Year

One of the country’s largest school districts is leading the way in acknowledging its diverse student body

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Oh Yeongsu Is the Newest Model for Balenciaga x Adidas

The 78-year-old veteran actor and Squid Game star is a fabulous, if unconventional, pick for the brand collaboration

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442: The Voice of the Asian American Movement

How a group of UCLA students paved the way for Asian American journalism with ‘Gidra’

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Meet LA-Based Floral Designer Khôi Nguyen

His Instagram account @fleur.boy shows flowers can be… hot?

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Anna May Wong Will Be the First Asian American on U.S. Currency

The next time you receive change, you just might have this iconic movie star in the palm of your hand

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Author Elaine Hsieh Chou on the Healing Power of Mocking Shitty White Dudes

Writer Maylin Tu sits down with Chou to discuss her book ‘Disorientation,’ among other things


Gen Z Asian Americans are Done Assimilating to Break the Bamboo Ceiling

Diversity, equity, and inclusion aren’t just buzzwords for this generation

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Japanese American National Museum Honors WWII Incarcerees with New Exhibit

The sacred Ireichō book, containing more than 125,000 names, has been a long time coming

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Are We Getting a ‘Joy Luck Club’ Sequel?!

Word has it that the original cast may be involved, too

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Sara Porkalob Is Playing a White Supremacist on Broadway

And you know what? It was her idea

“Inu-Oh,” is director Masaaki Yuasa’s latest film

For Masaaki Yuasa, Music Makes the Movie

The popular animator’s latest film “Inu-Oh” is about Japanese noh theater, but was inspired by hip hop, glam rock, ballet, and more

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‘It is so powerful to be an Asian woman’

Jill Chin from ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ sits down with JoySauce to talk about finding love, on TV and beyond

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First Filipina American Miss USA Addresses Allegations of Rigged Pageant

Don’t hate the player, hate the game, y’all


442: Bow Down to the Queen—of Chinese Food

When she passed away at 106, Madame Wu left behind a Hollywood legacy of fine dining Chinese cuisine

“Monroe and Cynthia Watching TV,” 1973. By Michael Jang (American, born in 1951). Gelatin silver print on fiber-based paper. Cantor Arts Center Collection, William Alden Campbell and Martha Campbell Art Acquisition Fund, 2020.

Shining a Light on Asian Americans in Art History

New Stanford initiative aims to right the historical wrong of erasing and excluding AA+PI characters from film, photography, and video

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Meet the Queer Philippine Prince of HBO Max’s ‘Legendary’

Nunoy Revlon is taking center stage, from TV to Paris Fashion Week

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San Francisco renames street in honor of Thai grandpa who was attacked and killed last year

The street is in the neighborhood where ‘Grandpa Vicha’ liked to take walks every morning

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Inside the LA Home of Author Maurene Goo

In our new column ‘Personal Spaces,’ writer Teena Apeles gives us a tour of all the cool and quirky details that make a person’s house their home

Haing S. Ngor is still the only actor of Asian descent to win an Oscar in the Best Supporting Actor category.

442: The Man Who Made It From the Killing Fields to the Oscars

To this day, Haing S. Ngor is still the only person of Asian descent to win an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor

Dalip Singh Saund was the first Asian American to serve in Congress when he was elected as a U.S. representative in 1956.

442: The First U.S. Representative of Asian Descent

Known simply as ‘Judge,’ Dalip Singh Saund was committed to his home district in Southern California and supporting the lives of farmers there