This has happened so often it’s become a pattern.
This time it was Taco Bell. Other times it has been some other outlets.
A medical student from the University of Pennsylvania had to look twice after he noticed on his receipt that he had been identified as Steve Chink.
In Young Lee said on his … Read more
Students at Burlingame High are trying to come to grips with their own student sections insensitivity towards Mills High, a predominantly Asian American school in Millbrae.
It … Read more
With headlines dominated right now by immigration negotiations between Congress and the White House, the only sure thing is uncertainty: Anyone who tries to predict the likelihood and scope of a new immigration deal is just guessing. This is as true now as it was five years ago, when I was an … Read more
A New York Times reporter is pushing back for mistakenly tweeting “immigrants, they get the job done” in reference to Mirai Nagasu’s historic triple axel Sunday.
Nagasu was born in Montabello near Los Angeles to immigrant parents.
Her triple axel helped Team USA to win a bronze in the ice … Read more
History was made when Mirai Nagasu did what no other American woman has done before.
By Mandy Day
AsAmNews Staff Writer
Amidst the excitement surrounding the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Fox News pulled John Moody’s opinion piece mocking the most diverse Winter Olympic team the United States has ever had. Titled “In Olympics, … Read more
At the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, Asian Americans are already scoring points for representation in the Olympic sports discipline of figure skating.
None has been more prominent than the Team USA’s figure skating team. Seven out of 14 athletes on the team are Asian Americans, marking a historic number for Asian American skaters in Olympic … Read more
The kids are alright!
At my age, I think it’s OK for me to describe the young Asian American Olympians as kids.
That’s not meant to be an insult or to denigrate the hours upon hours of training they put … Read more
The San Gabriel City Council near Los Angeles has voted to pull out of its agreement to cooperate with Immigration and Custom Enforcement.
The council voted 3-2 Wednesday night to end the city’s police department’s cooperation with ICE, reported the Pasadena Star News.
Asian Americans Advancing Justice, Los Angeles, … Read more