By Ed Diokno
Greg Louganis will be one of the grand marshals for the 128th Tournament of Roses Parade on Monday, Jan. 2. He is the first American of … Read more
By Ed Diokno
By Louis Chan
AsAmNews National Correspondent
The swimming, Olympic and Asian American communities are joining family and friends in mourning the death of Olympic gold medal diver Sammy Lee.
The Korean American became the first Asian American man to win an Olympic gold medal in 1948 at the London games and again in 1952 … Read more
George Takei, best known for his portrayal of Hiraku Sulu, helmsman for the Starship Enterprise, was among the eight people inducted into California’s Hall of Fame Wednesday night.
“I am a proud second generation Californian, humbled to be honored by a state singular in its beauty, diversity and dynamism,” said… Read more
No! I will not give Donald Trump any slack.
It has been three weeks since that black day in November when Donald Trump surprised almost everyone in the world to upset Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. The passage of time has not soften my feelings about the man.
My only solace to come … Read more
The co-presidents of a Yale fraternity, SAE, recently signed off a letter with the words “eating Asian p**sy, all we need is sweet and sour sauce.”
Jose Antonio Vargas is in perpetual motion. By his account, he has made over 750 public speaking engagements in 48 states, just this year alone.
Since the election Tuesday, his life has been busier than ever. Vargas, who is one of the country’s most famous undocumented immigrant, … Read more
The timing couldn’t be more perfect. A new sense of urgency will permeate a conference planned long before Donald Trump stunned the nation with his victory over Hillary Clinton.
Donald Trump, whose main calling card was to attack minorities and turn them into this election cycle’s election boogeyman in order to draw… Read more