Why do the Chinese spit so much?
Forget Amy Tan, today's books for young adults take readers far from Chinatown.
Hapa Issues Forum shuts down after leading the grassroots and political fight for the acceptance of multiracial Asian Americans.
Wardrobe changes, multiple venues and drama -- the staing of cross-cultural weddings.
Many multiracial Asian American use the term hapa to deinfe themselves and their identity. But some Native Hawaiians say the word is being misused and part of a mass aproproation of their culture.
Divorce and single motherhood aren't stopping New York cabbie Sayeeda Akhter's dreams of Bangladeshi pop stardom.
Started as cheap transport for Chinese restaurant workers, discount bus companies have developed loyal ridership, despite safety issues.
Survivor winner Yul Kwon and Mr. Hyphen 2006 Robin Sukhadia talk about media, music and being role models.
Chinatown theaters are a thing of the past, but Frank Lee is fighting to keep the tradition alive.
Filipino World War II veterans wage a decades-long battle for benefits promised to them by the US government.
In Jewish congregations, a growing number of worshippers are Asian and gay.
Some undocumented immigrants keep another secret—HIV.
A new generation of South Asian American musicians struggle to define their own sound.
Hyphen gets elemental with hip-hop’s new school.
After a few false starts, Howard Bach gets American badminton off the ground.