By Takuma Okada
The first season of Into the Badlands was too short. Most of its problems stemmed from the length, including badly-paced scenes and not enough development for the large cast of characters. But if the season two premiere is anything to go by, we’re in for a much … Read more
When then candidate Donald Trump said he wanted to deport the “bad hombres,” Helen Beristain didn’t think she meant her husband.
Now five months after she voted for the Republican candidate, her husband is being deported.
By Louis Chan
AsAmNews National Correspondent
A survey of nearly 500 mostly young Asian American men has found 85 percent of the respondents have experienced some form of harassment at school. 35 percent experienced similar harassment in the work place.
As Donald Trump’s presidency barely passes its one-month mark, Trump has launched profound threats against immigrants and refugees, our human rights, and our climate. In the face of his hateful and destructive policies, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) are rising up. Recently, 16 out of 20 … Read more
The family of a 56-year old woman who died after drinking toxic tea has sued the store in San Francisco Chinatown where she bought it, reports ABC7.
Yu-Ping Xie became ill just one hour after drinking the tea purchased from Sun Wing Wo Trading Company.
At one point the family had told her … Read more
The SF Chronicle reports supporters of the recall failed to get the necessary 47,565 voter signatures needed to put the recall on the ballot.
In fact it appears no signatures were ever turned in at all.
Lee rode a wave of popularity and won a … Read more
Indiana University Bloomington is preparing for the upcoming Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month celebration. The celebration will take place at the beginning of next week.
The theme of this 18th annual celebration is “belonging.” The month-long celebration involves different activities and events, including a film series, a conference … Read more
The account in the San Francisco Chronicle by columnists Phil Matier and Andy Ross has been substantiated by two parents.
Nakia Kashima, a parent … Read more
A woman who purchased tea blended with the ingredient aconite in San Francisco Chinatown has died of poisoning, reports ABC7.
Yu-Ping Xie, 56, is one of two people who became seriously ill after purchasing the tea on separate occasions from the Sun Wing Wo Trading Co.
The other victim in his 30s has … Read more
Only 4 percent of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) voted in the 2016 presidential election.
The Atlantic called the community “mostly invisible in the American political debate.” On the other hand, prior to the election, the Huffington Post and the LA Times emphasized AAPIs’ potential in influencing the … Read more