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 Mandy Day
AsAmNews Staff Writer
Before there was Fresh Off the Boat or Veep, actor Randall Park’s career consisted of small roles on television and a series of short films. San Diego’s Pacific Arts Movement, the organization behind one of the largest Asian Film Festivals in the United States, … Read more
By J.Tony Lino
The most newsworthy thing about Friday’s Asian American Pacific Islander Presidential Forum in Las Vegas is that it took place.
Said to be the largest political town hall of Asian Americans, the event organized by APIAVote and focused around … Read more
By Louis Chan
AsAmNews National Correspondent
Bill Clinton defended his wife Hillary on the trust issue calling the lingering controversy over the email scandal the “biggest load of bull” he’s ever heard.
The former President was one … Read more
By Ed Diokno
I couldn’t believe my eyes! During the last night of the Democratic National Convention, there were more people Googling “register to vote” than “Kim Kardashian.”
By the time that Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton finished her speech, “register to vote’ was … Read more
By Ed Diokno
Thank you John King. The CNN analyst was going over the election results and he was the only commentator to mention the Asian American vote in the California primary. “The Asian vote is the fastest growing vote in the country,” he said. In the last few years, the rate … Read more
For the first time, an Asian American is running for citywide office in Washington, DC, reports Asian Fortune.
Kishan Putta is running for an at-large seat on the D.C. city council. He has work with the DC government in helping to enroll people for insurance under the Affordable Care Act. He has served as … Read more
Voting participation among Asian American is on the upswing, reports APIA Vote.
The latest analysis from the U.S. Census Bureau show more than 3.9 million Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders voted in 2012. That’s an increase of more than 500,000 voters from the 2008 presidential election.
It’s the third straight presidential election voting participation among … Read more