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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



Fall Fashion Trends, Brought to You by These AA+PI Designers

From bold reds to timeless leather to flowy fall looks, here are some of the looks to try for yourself this season

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An Ode to Chili Crisp

James Park’s latest cookbook takes readers on a deep dive into America’s new favorite Asian condiment

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All Seven BTS Members Renew Contract with Big Hit Music

The K-pop superstars have officially chosen to stick with their longtime label

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Get to Know the Pishacha—the Indian Demon in ‘It Lives Inside’

Bishal Dutta’s uber-creepy horror film is deeply inspired by his Indian American upbringing


Get a Sneak Peek of Libra Season With These TikToks

Ready for a month of indecision and constant flirtation?

Yaya Han in her Chun-Li cosplay, commissioned by Capcom for "Street Fighter 6."

One of the World’s Most Famous Cosplayers Shares the Joy (and Pain) of Playing Dress-Up

Yaya Han has been Chun-Li, Jessica Rabbit, Wonder Woman, and more—here she talks about why she’s been so drawn to cosplay

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Peter Do Brings Vietnamese Inspiration to Helmut Lang

The recently appointed creative director teams up with poet Ocean Vuong for a NYFW release that highlights their culture

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‘The Human Surge 3’ Offers a 360-Degree View of the World

Don’t judge a film by its title—director Eduardo Williams’ latest release at TIFF is a thoughtful stunner

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Mitski’s American Epic: A Review of ‘The Land Is Inhospitable and So Are We’

For her seventh record, Mitski skillfully channels her most American sound yet, proving she’s here to stay

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Hasan Minhaj’s ‘Emotional Truths’ Are More Like Emotional Manipulation

A recent profile in the New Yorker uncovered the comedian’s fabricated stories, but his lies are more than your typical comedic hyperbole

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Keep Your Bans Off These Books

Writer JiaYing Grygiel talks to Gloo Books’ Karen Chan on the importance of representation in kid lit—for kids, obviously, but for adults, too


Need a Break? Watch These TikToks

These hilarious videos are just what you need to get through the day

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‘Jawan’ Features Two Shah Rukh Khans for the Price of One

Bollywood’s king is pitted against himself in a ludicrous, charismatic explosion


Babak Jalali’s Newest Film is Another Love Letter to the Bay Area

Writer Edward Frumkin talks to the director about “Fremont,” both the film and city, and his appreciation for deadpan humor

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The Designers Showcased in South Asian New York Fashion Week

Founded by Shipra Sharma and Hetal Patel, the event works toward closing the gap in representation of South Asian fashion and design


Enough with the ‘Rich Asian’ Stereotype, Already

Annie Midori Atherton offers an in-depth look at Asian Americans’ class problem

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The Secret Third Member of Electronic Music Duo ODESZA

Creative director and filmmaker Sean Kusanagi talks about immersive storytelling and his decade working with the popular recording artists

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Mixed Asian Media Hosts Its First Mixed Asian Day

Set for Sept. 16, it’s a day for mixed Asians to celebrate their heritages and be their full, authentic selves

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Miyazaki’s Final Movie is Finally Out

The Japanese maestro’s ‘The Boy and the Heron’ has its international premiere in Toronto, but the general public will have to wait for its release in November/December


Stay Cool With These TikToks

Stay inside to watch these vids so you can escape the heat