Asian Americans


What It's Like to Be an Asian Adoptee in a White Family and Town

In her new memoir, Nicole Chung discusses representation and her search for her birth family.


'Master of None's' Alan Yang Isn't Laughing at Your Dumb Asian Joke

But he's making his immigrant parents proud.


What Asian Americans Saw in the United Video

For Asian Americans like myself, David Dao is more than just a "passenger" or "doctor" – he's one of us.


The Pro-Gun, Anti–Illegal Immigration Chinese Americans Who Love Trump

Asian Americans are beginning to lean left overall, but some recent arrivals from the Chinese mainland are eager to make America great again.


Being An Asian Actor Is Hard Even Without Scarlett Johansson Taking Your Roles

When you're constantly passed over for even the "Asian" roles, it can be incredibly difficult to pursue a career in acting.


The Not-Quite-American Feeling of Being a 1.5 Generation Immigrant

When you move to a new country as a kid, you never fully fit in with your home culture or your adopted culture.


An Asian-American Musician's Five-Year Battle to Get His 'Offensive' Band Name Trademarked

The US government told Simon Tam that the name of his band the Slants was too racist to trademark, but he thinks a bunch of white people shouldn't be the ones to decide that.