Have you ever read a work of fiction and wondered what the author was thinking? As any writer know, jotting your thoughts on paper is a very personal journey. In his blog in LA Mystery , author Khang Ho discusses the evolution of his character as he writes what he considers to be the first … Read more
The Houston Rockets earlier this week benched Jeremy Lin for the second time this season. Blogger Jean-Paul Salamanca of the Latinos Post openly wondered how the young point guard will respond to the benching.
Will it light a fire under Lin? Will his confidence take a hit? Or they’ll be no change at all? The … Read more
The New York Museum of Chinese in American will present two separate exhibitions on Chinese Americans in the fashion industry in 2013, reports the Jin Daily.
The season kicks off with a panel discusssion, MOCAStyle: Female, Fashionable, New York. The event on Thursday will feature designers Mary Ping from Slow and Steady Wins … Read more
A new study has found bigotry and discrimination can lead to depression and even suicide among Asian Americans, reports the SF Chronicle.
“Part of the issue for immigrants is how comfortable and how much meaning they find in a new location,” said David Takeuchi, a professor of sociology at the University of Washington.. “That attachment … Read more
The growing popularity of taiko drumming in the United States is leading to a new trend–steep increases in the sale of taikos in the United States, report the Japan Times
During the 2011 North American Taiko Conference at Stanford University, one company sold around 30 drums in just three days, with each … Read more
It’s the toughest ticket to get in Washington, D.C.–the official invite to the Presidential Inaugural Ball. But Times of India
reports that several prominent Indian Americans made the list. Among the invitees was Tobby Chaudhuri, a White House advisor and a veteran political strategist.
“The Indian American political tiger has arrived,” he said. “The challenge … Read more
USA Today is reporting that Jeremy Lin will attend the Sundance Film Festival for a screening of Linsanity, a new documentary on his playing days at Harvard all the way to his rise to fame as a New York Knick.
Lin will attend Sunday, an off day in his NBA schedule and the day before … Read more