The Soonest, formed from a mutual love of lo-fi sounds, moody melodies and Mission burritos, brings their indie rock hotness to our SF Bittersweet Issue party this Friday.
Getting things started on So You Think You Can Dance, almost the end of America's Best Dance Crew, plus some singin' and faux ninja-in'.
This political firebrand volleyed with Malcolm X and gained national notoriety when he died in her arms after being shot at a rally.
An intimate memoir challenges our memory of Iris Chang, the late author of The Rape of Nanking; and Lu Chuan brings the massacre to contemporary film.
When I present at conferences about Asian Americans and mental illness, I try to give the Asian Americans + Mental Illness 102 presentation. A lot of mental health professionals get Asian American 101, where they're taught about how Asians face the model minority stereotype, and how Asians like acupuncture with their therapy, and how the Virginia Tech shooter was Asian.
Exhibit on historical Asian American representation in comics, APA visionaries, a celebration to close out APIA Heritage Month, and more.
Hyphen profiles Bethany Li, a founding member of the National Asian American Student Conference (NAASCon), for our continuing celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.
What Yang misses in calling these the values and behaviors of Asian people -- is how very American they are. In the sense that they are behaviors an Asian person may ‘select for,’ in an American context that encourages and rewards them (to a point).