As AsAmNews reported in February, American Girl has introduced a new Korean American doll.
People reports Z Yang (Z is short for Suzie) hails from Seattle and is a popular stop motion vlogger. While new to the doll line, she’s not exactly new to American Girl. Z has … Read more
Under the consent decree, the Palo Alto, California based company will also extend job offers to eight people.
“We appreciate Palantir working with us to resolve … Read more
Now an Asian American woman entrepreneur is making that a reality for many small chested women.
Jaclyn Fu has launched the Pepper All You Bra that’s specifically designed for “small boobs.”
“No one truly understands small boob problems,” said the Pepper Co-Founder. “What’s unique about this bra … Read more
Come on, people. There are Asians everywhere these days.
Asian American Pacific Islanders make up more than three percent of the population in The Peach State.
A special election is being held there today to replace former Rep Tom Price (R-GA) who is now the nation’s Health and Human Services Secretary. … Read more
By Louis Chan
AsAmNews National Correspondent
An election day survey of nearly 14,000 Asian American voters from 55 cities and 14 states has found 30 percent of those polled were first-time voters.
By Viji Sundaram
New America Media
Unlike other ethnic groups, Asian Americans experienced an increase in breast cancer rates over the last 15 years, according to researchers at the Cancer Prevention Institute of California (CPIC). Breast cancer incidents remained stable or declined in most U.S. populations over the same period.
In the first study to … Read more
The Asian American community is calling for an investigation of United Airlines after an Asian passenger was violently dragged off a flight.
David Dao, a 69-year-old Vietnamese physician from Kentucky was bloodily removed from Flight 3411 by security officers Sunday. This incident has stoked outrage among many Asian American … Read more
AsAmNews is proud to be part of a joint effort between New America Media and Pro Publica to track the increasing number of hate crimes in the United States.
By Cathy Sun
Almost 50 years after the Third World Liberation Strikes of 1968, students at San Francisco State University are celebrating the Asian American movement and identity through Stomping Grounds, a one-night multimedia event. A series of projections, posters, and photography will recall the struggle of former students who fought for … Read more
By Elena Shore
New American Media
When it comes to Trump’s changes to immigration policy, many immigrants have a common question: Who is affected and what do the changes mean for them?
It’s a question that Martha Ruch, staff attorney at Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Los Angeles says she hears constantly from her clients.
Since taking … Read more