By Brittany Le
AsAmNews Staff writer
Important tests are now being conducted to see if doctor’s can proceed with the stem cell transplant that could save the life of leukemia patient Helen Huynh.
Immigration authorities had persistently denied Huynh’s sister Thuy Nguyen an emergency visa to come … Read more
By Ed Diokno
Views From the Edge
This Labor Day is the long weekend of discontent; when hundreds of thousands of young children of undocumented parents have had trouble sleeping, checking the news popups on their smart phones, surfing the news channels for Donald Trump tweets or White House leaks.
Asian Americans are the fastest growing racial group in the United States; yet to date, neither political party has successfully won over the Asian American voting bloc. Known as the “sleeping giants” in this year’s presidential election, Asian Americans may … Read more
The Los Angeles Times reports that owners of two bakeries in Beverly Hills and Torrance are being sued by 11 current and former employees for 27 separate legal violations, including human trafficking and labor laws.