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Hollywood Doesn't Fully Represent Asian Americans Yet
"The Farewell" and "Crazy Rich Asians" are signs of progress, but many Asian Americans are still left out of the picture.
Finding Asian Identity in a Black and White America
"For years, I didn’t use chopsticks, refused to speak Chinese, tried to wear shoes in my home, never brought leftovers to school, and even claimed to dislike boba."
What to Watch on Valentine's Day, According to What You Think of Valentine's Day
Because this day is different for everyone, so why make it worse on yourself?
The Movies That Ruined Us in 2018
We cried, we cried, and we cried some more.
Golden Globe Nominations Prove 'Asian August' Was All Year
'Crazy Rich Asians' and 'Killing Eve' changed the game, and are getting the recognition they deserve.
to all the boys i've loved before
Seeing Myself in Lara Jean Was About More than Representation
"To All the Boys I've Loved Before" is a love letter to Asian girls precisely because it doesn't make its casting a political point, or even a plot point.
In 'Crazy Rich Asians,' Mahjong Means More Than You Know
The pivotal scene, which clearly excludes non-Asian audience members, felt even more meaningful and rare than seeing an all-Asian cast.
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The 'Crazy Rich Asians' Sequel Is Already in the Works
The film, featuring an all-Asian cast, has dominated the box office in its first week in theaters.
27 Signs You Are Morally Required to See 'Crazy Rich Asians'
Don't make me @ you.
'Crazy Rich Asians' Is an Opulent, Over-the-Top Piece of Film History
It's an important movie for Asian Americans, and it's also an enjoyably batshit tour of insane wealth.