Asian Americans may be on the cusp of a Golden Age with an increased multifaceted presence on U.S. television.
One 10-episode miniseries will air in January and three sitcoms, three dramas and a dramedy starring Asian Americans are in … Read more
The disappearance of a nurse two years ago in the Bronx is now being called a homicide by police, reports India West
Mahfuza Rahman was last seen leaving Bellevue Hospital on December 8, 2015.
The woman’s husband, Mohammad Chowdhury, is listed as a person of interest in the case and is believed to … Read more
Faculty at Princeton are working to establish an Asian American Studies certificate program by September, reports the Daily Princetonian.
A certificate program at Princeton is similar to a minor at other universities and will allow students to supplement their major with an additional concentration. It’s been a project in the works for at least two … Read more
The Haikus for Hotties 2018 calendar is now taking orders. This is the third year this special calendar is being offered. Part spoof, part social commentary, it actually works as a calendar.
Haikus With … Read more
Moy Hu faces two counts of criminal mischief charges in the November 11 incident, according to CBS NY.
He is accused of smashing windows at the Beit El-Maqdis Islamic Center.
Earlier that same evening police say he was also … Read more
The Department of Justice is upping its pressure on Harvard in its investigation of discrimination against Asian Americans at the elite university.
A letter from the DOJ to the school obtained by the Wall Street Journal stated Harvard is being investigated under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which bans discrimination … Read more
In another legal setback, a judge ruled that Donald Trump’s threats to cut federal funding to so-called sancturary cities is “unconstitutional on its face.”
U.S. District Judge William Orrick Monday permanently blocked Trump’s executive order that sought cities’ assistance in arresting, detaining … Read more
After 25 years under the helm of Graydon Carter, Vanity Fair will now be lead by Radhika Jones.
Carter and before him, Tina Brown, were two oversized personalities who became celebrities in their own right.
The most common question asked about Jones is “who?”
“We didn’t need a name for the sake … Read more
By Ed Diokno
Views from The Edge
Oh, where to begin? The Trump tax plan is bad for the country in so many ways its difficult to list them in one posting … but, I’ll try. Bear with me, dear readers:
One of my daughters is a high school teacher in California. Every year in … Read more