Philanthropic giving by Chinese Americans has increased two times more than the general population, reports KPCC.
The findings from UCLA’s Luskin School of Public Affairs, the University of California, Irvine’s Long U.S.-China Institute and Asian Americans Advancing Justice LA. found giving increased 418 … Read more
Millennials are known to be the most diverse generations in U.S. history.
A new survey from GenForward, however, has found a sharp divide between Blacks, Latinx, Asians and Whites on issues, reported the Washington Post
The survey found on these issues, Asian Americans … Read more
Racist graffiti is bad enough, but this is especially shocking.
Someone scrawled an anti-Chinese slur at the West Vancouver Community Center.
The North Shore News reports the slur was followed by the words “Deserve to die.”
That’s not even the most shocking part.… Read more
Asian American students gathered on Thursday to protest a new law in Rhode Island that requires school districts to collect data on Asian Americans.
By all accounts from his parents, teachers and friends, Tommy Le had turned his life around.
It’s a mystery to all close to the 20 year old what triggered Le to threaten residents in Burien near Seattle, according to the
The threats were so forceful some called 911 to … Read more
A school principal confirms an Asian American middle school student was racially harassed by several men in a neighborhood plastered with flyers from White supremacists.
It happened in Portland, Oregon near Hosford Middle School, reports Raw Story.
The number of students enrolled in Chinese language programs in grades k-12 has doubled in six years from 2009 to 2015, reports New China, a service of the Xinhua News Agency.
A group of Hmong American undergraduates are organizing to lobby the University of Wisconsin, Madison, to launch a formal Hmong American Studies program, reported the Wisconsin State Journal.
Wisconsin is home to one of the largest Hmong American populations in the country, but the students face an uphill climb at a time the state … Read more
In a school that only accepts one out of every 20 applicants, it takes a lot to stand out.
Ziad Ahmed found a way.
Ahmed, a self described activist, says he was stunned to get his admissions letter to Stanford University, especially after his seemingly … Read more
Indiana University Bloomington is preparing for the upcoming Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month celebration. The celebration will take place at the beginning of next week.
The theme of this 18th annual celebration is “belonging.” The month-long celebration involves different activities and events, including a film series, a conference … Read more