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Oct 7, 2017 Ξ Comments Off on Vietnamese woman awaits stem cell transplant, but visa system still broken for many

Vietnamese woman awaits stem cell transplant, but visa system still broken for many

posted by Brittney Le
Helen Huynh (left)

Helen Huynh (right) celebrates a birthday with family

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

Bad Ass Asians

Aug 17, 2016 Ξ Comments Off on What’s Next After the Oscars Diversity Controversy?

What’s Next After the Oscars Diversity Controversy?

posted by Louis Chan
#OscarSoWhite Panel at AAJA

Janet Yang, William Yu and Tamlyn Tomita (L-R) sit on the Oscars panel at the Asian American Journalists Association convention in Las Vegas

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

Asian Americans

Jan 1, 2015 Ξ Comments Off on Your Asian American Guide to New Year’s & the Year That Was

Your Asian American Guide to New Year’s & the Year That Was

posted by Randall

Happy New Year 2015From 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).

Rafu Shimpo: Little Tokyo Welcomes the Year of the Sheep

First Sikh-themed Read more

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Dec 28, 2014 Ξ Comments Off on #4 Most Viewed Story in 2014: News Anchor David Ono Preserves Moments in Asian American History

#4 Most Viewed Story in 2014: News Anchor David Ono Preserves Moments in Asian American History

posted by Randall

David Ono(Today we continue our look back at the most viewed stories on AsAmNews in 2014)

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

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History of Heart Mountain Lives on in Photos from Hirahara Collection
Oct 8, 2014 Ξ Comments Off on History of Heart Mountain Lives on in Photos from Hirahara Collection

History of Heart Mountain Lives on in Photos from Hirahara Collection

posted by Randall
Entertainment at Heart Mountain

Those incarcerated at Heart Mountain still managed to maintain their cultural traditions

By Patti Hirahara

Part 3 of 3

Photos courtesy George & Frank C Hirahara Photo Collection, Washington State University Libraries, Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections

(In part 1, Patti shared how her family came to the US. In part 2, … Read more

Bad Ass Asians

Jul 29, 2014 Ξ Comments Off on Film on Incarceration at Heart Mountain wins three LA Emmys

Film on Incarceration at Heart Mountain wins three LA Emmys

posted by Randall

David Ono & Jeff MacIntyreWitness: The Legacy of Heart Mountain has been honored with three Emmy
Awards by the 66th Annual Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards.

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

Community Issues

David Ono captures iconic moments in Asian American and Asian history

posted by Randall

David Ono(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

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Jun 16, 2013 Ξ Comments Off on ABC7/KABC: Remembering the Legacy of Heart Mountain. #JapaneseAmericans (Video)

ABC7/KABC: Remembering the Legacy of Heart Mountain. #JapaneseAmericans (Video)

posted by Randall

 

Legacy of Heart Mountain10,000 Japanese Americans were incarcerated at Heart Mountain in Wyoming during World War II. Among those imprisoned at the camp was Judge Lance Ito’s family.

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

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