Daniel Anderson

Daniel Anderson is a disabled Chinese American adoptee based in Seattle. His freelance writing specialties include K-pop, entertainment, and food. He believes that any restaurant can be a buffet, and the key to success is to take a nap each day. Follow his adventures on Instagram @danzstan.

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Big Ocean debuts as K-pop’s first hard of hearing idol group

An interview with the trio, who found harmony beyond hearing and are ready to create a more inclusive entertainment scene for all

The Acolyte trailer homepage

8 shows and movies we’re excited about in May

Start your AANHPI heritage month off right with these AAPI and API-led trailers.

Peggy Gou performing live in front of red background.

The Billboard “Issue”

The music mag’s inaugural AAPI issue is great, but needs one small change

Yuyu Kitamura Homepage

Yuyu Kitamura is on her own journey of acceptance

Meet one of the charming young stars of Netflix’s new supernatural DC Comics series “Dead Boy Detectives”

Hayao Miyazaki smiling in front of a white background.

The APIs of the 2024 ‘Time’ 100

Check out all the amazing actors, leaders, innovators, and all-around-badasses that made it onto this year’s list


David Chang was always Goliath

The king of the Momofuku empire is targeting small Asian-owned business over spicy chili trademarks

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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

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

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