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Your Asian American Guide to New Year’s & the Year That Was

Happy New Year 2015From those who touched the Asian American community in so many ways and have left us to the Rose Parade and its numerous Asian American-themed floats, here’s your Asian American guide to New Year’s and the year that was(Graphic by Luke Ma).

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First Sikh-themed Float to Debut at Rose Parade

Japanese War Heroes to Inspire Millions at Rose Parade

NBC: Asian American History to Be on Display At Rose Parade

The Biggest Holiday of the Year for Japanese Americans May be New Year’s

Most Viewed Story of 2014: Vietnamese American Crowned Miss America

#2 Most Viewed Story of 2014: Model Geena Rocero Courageously Comes Out As Transgender

#3 Most Viewed story of 2014: Asian American Reporter Asked If She Spoke English

#4 Most Viewed Story of 2014: News Anchor David Ono Preserves Moments in Asian American History

#5 Most Viewed Story of 2014: Filipina American Sheila Lirio Marcelo Breaks Bamboo Ceiling

Honorable Mention: Most Viewed Stories of 2014–Whole Foods Clueless about Asian Americans

NPR: Remembering Some Exceptional Lives

Radical Activist and Composer Fred Ho Dies at 56

Asian American Figure Chol Soo Lee Dies at 62

Run Run Shaw Dead at 106


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