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Screenwriter Koji Sakai talks about his provocatively titled film, Chink, about an Asian American serial killer.
Hollywood's next likely blockbuster, The Hunger Games is different from past remakes or adaptations of Asian stories in that its creator denies...
My visit to the World Book Fair in Delhi, which had a bewildering number and variety of vendors.
"Birthing Centers" are popping up in the US to cater expectant Asian parents aiming for Year of the Dragon birth.
Civil rights activist Fred Korematsu became the first Asian American to be part of the National Portrait Gallery's permanent collection.
Melanie Tom reflects on how meeting other members of the Chinese diaspora gave her new meaning to the lunar new year holiday.
The debate around the New York Times magazine article "How Yoga Can Wreck Your Body," and the life-changing...
As we ring in 2012 and embrace the new, maybe we can also rethink how we look at the old things we've cast aside.
It’s a family reunion built on impatience, extravagance and eating food
cooked by other people; not unlike a traditional American holiday, actually.
Birds do it. Bees do it. It's our hottest issue yet, featuring sizzling drag queen Raja Gemini on the cover.
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