By William Wong
New America Media
My father came to America from China in 1912, the 30th year of the Chinese Exclusion Act, and somehow he was … Read more
The infamous Titanic crash in 1912 killed more than 1,500 and is known as one of the deadliest maritime tragedies in history. It inspired James Cameron to … Read more
The city of Monterey Park in California has declared today the Day of Inclusion.
It is one of several cities which is marking the 135th anniversary of the Chinese Exclusion Act, the first law in the U.S. ever to exclude an entire group of people based on race.
“Many Chinese people here have … Read more
By Louis Chan
AsAmNews National Correspondent
135 years after the passage of the Chinese Exclusion Act, a rally will be held this Saturday in the heart of San Francisco Chinatown to say no more exclusion.
A coalition of community groups and activists has organized a Rally for Inclusion fearing what happened 135 years ago … Read more
By Ed Diokno
A lawsuit was filed challenging the constitutionality of Donald Trump’s Executive Order that calls for a temporary ban on the … Read more
Between the 19th century and late 1960s, Chinese food in America was almost exclusively Cantonese in origin, more specifically, a rural version of Cantonese food brought to America by immigrants from the Toishanese countryside. Consequently, what was known to most 20th-century Americans as Chinese food was one very narrow representation of what people in China … Read more
In any corner of any town in America, you can always find at least one Chinese restaurant. But have you ever wondered why there are so many Chinese restaurants in the United States? Ironically, the very law that was formed to curtail Chinese immigration to the U.S. … Read more
By Lia Chang
Celebrating my grandmother, Nancy Lee Chang, during Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and beyond. I wrote this article about … Read more
It was used by announcers Ryan Lefebvre and Rex Hudler Tuesday during the Kansas City – Cleveland game, reports the The Post Game.
Cleveland catcher Brett Hayes had just hit a ball far … Read more