More than 1,000 people are expected to attend the event organized by the Indian American community to honor the second inauguration of President Barack Obama.
“We want the Indiaspora ball to be more than a fantastic party. Many … Read more
Filipino Americans in the San Francisco Bay Area met in a show of solidarity last night to figure out the next step in combating the hateful mail many of them received, reports ABS CBN. They say they will fight back by showing they stand united against racism.
One of the comments in the letter … Read more
Hawaii Representative Colleen Hanabusa appeared on the Bill O’Reilly Show to condemn his remarks that Asian Americans were industrious and hard working and thus couldn’t possibly be liberal. Instead of letting the Representative talk, O’Reilly decided to go on a tirade about how Hanabusa couldn’t possibly have seen the entire report, but based her condemnation … Read more
Today the 93-year old made the trek to New Orleans from Boston for the opening ceremony of the 7 city tour of the Congressional Gold Medal honoring the 442n, … Read more
Scherzinger was quoted as saying ”After I finished the album PCD, Ron [Fair, A&M Records president] and I brought the girls into the studio and played it for them. This … Read more
It was truly chilling to hear some of the answers she gave police during her interrogation. I can’t imagine what it must … Read more
Celebrity couple Freida Pinto and Dev Patel, both of Slumdog Millionaire Fame, appeared together at an early Golden Globes pre-party on Friday. The two enjoyed the evening at the famed Chateau Marmont.
The two have been dating since they co-starred together in the Oscar winning Slumdog Millionaire. Pinto is currently in production on the the … Read more
You may have heard the story of the 110,000 plus Japanese American rounded up in World War II and imprisoned in camp because of their nationality. But few people know the story of their return to civilization after the war was over.
A new exhibition at the Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center in Portland gives voice … Read more
Why is a man who heads a $2.5 billion company and who has saved 3,000 American jobs drawing so much suspicion and controversy? The people who do business with him don’t understand it. But corporate rivals and some folks in Congress are raising a ruckus, nonetheless. Hints of xenophobia? China bashing? Some say it … Read more
A longboard store featuring new styled skateboards dominates a street once the sole domain of tea shops. In a sense, what’s happening in Vancouver’s Chinatown happens all over the developed … Read more