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 Louis Chan AsAmNews National Correspondent
A panel of Asian American Hollywood veterans and the creator of #StarringJohnCho campaign expressed optimism that the future is brighter for Asian American representation in Hollywood.… Read more
From those who touched the Asian American community in so many ways and have left us to the Rose Parade and its numerous Asian American-themed floats, here’s your Asian American guide to New Year’s and the year that was(Graphic by Luke Ma).
So far our look back at the most viewed stories of 2014 on AsAmNews have included stories about Whole Foods pathetic response to racism, an Asian American women trailblazer and one man’s efforts to preserve our history.
Many of us … Read more
By Patti Hirahara
Part 3 of 3
Photos courtesy George & Frank C Hirahara Photo Collection, Washington State University Libraries, Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections
David Ono, co-producer, won for Outstanding Writer – Programming and
Jeff MacIntyre, co-producer, won for Outstanding Editor – Programming and
Outstanding Videographer – Single Camera Programming.
“This isn’t just a win for the … Read more
(Note from the editor: David Ono is the 4pm and 6pm news anchor of the number one news station in Los Angeles, KABC. He has also produced and reported a number of award winning specials on significant moments in Asian and Asian American history. He agreed to answer a few questions from AsAmNews and share … Read more
Their story and countless others are recounted in a the special program, Legacy of Heart Mountain, from ABC7/KABC news anchor David Ono.
Of special interest is the Hirahara photo … Read more