According to Colorlines, the Center for Asian American Media is asking for old family home movies it plans to digitize and share in a public archive.
“Our mission is to present stories that convey the … Read more
Steve Tran is one of two lucky winners of the $636 million jackpot drawn in mid-December. The other winning ticket was bought in the Atlanta area.
Tran works as a delivery… Read more
Northwest Asian Weekly released its list of memorable moments.
From Arizona Cardinal Darnell Dockett’s iOpener crack to the Asiana plane crash, there’s been quite a few attacks on Asians and Asian Americans on Twitter this year.
Blogger Stuart Leung put together a list of the top 12.
When you put it all together, it does seem like 2013 was a pretty bad year for … Read more
If your New Year’s resolution is to get a new job, then check out a survey of Asian American federal employees from Best Places to Work.
Federal agencies are ranked by their employees, according to job satisfaction. You can get a break down of Asian American employees and other demographics by gender, age and … Read more
Where did it come from and how accurate is it?
The Asian F is used when an Asian student fails to get an A in the class. Expectations are so high even a “B” is considered an Asian F.
I’ve received more than a few … Read more
The Clayton News Daily reports Tran was sworn in to the Morrow City Council along with the first African American to sit on that council.
“She broke the ice and now a lot of younger people in the Vietnamese … Read more
— Erin Pangilinan (@erinjerri) December 26, 2013
The recent success of the Twitter hashtag #NotYourAsianSidekick generated a heated discussion in the bloggersphere about Asian American feminist issues with 45,000 using the hashtag.
On the one hand, you want to be known for your journalistic work, and not your physical attributes. On the other hand, who wouldn’t be flattered to be included.
When is a joke racist?
The very question upsets some and excites others.
It’s a question tackled by PP Wong in the Huffington Post.
Wong sees many racially tinged jokes as a form of “grown up … Read more