Sylvie Kim is getting married and keeping her name -- no matter what the county clerk thinks about it.
In Sunset Stories, co-directors Ernesto Foronda and Silas Howard give the LA ensemble film a relationship comedy twist, giving LA and its quirky denizens prominent roles in this story of two former lovers randomly thrown back into each other's lives for 24 hours.
Dreams, memory and the supernatural fuse with the gritty realities for young people of color living on the streets in A. Rey Pamatmat’s play Thunder Above, Deeps Below.
John Derbyshire addressed his racist anti-black how-to guide to his mixed race Asian/white children -- and, by extension, to white and Asian parents alike.
From California's Central Valley to America's heartland, Hmong American b-boys find a symbolic home in hip hop.
Government corruption and media sensationalism help send innocent men to
prison for the rape and murder of two sisters in the Philippine city of
Asian Americans do age gracefully. The San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival ushers in its 30th year, kicking off on March 8 with the presentation of Quentin Lee's White Frog.
Director Spike Lee tweets love for new Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin and dismisses the racialized language surrounding Lin in the Twitterverse.
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