Thirty-five thousand feet above San Francisco, Rozina Babul recounted the story of her life — one not unlike those of the 15 million Shia Ismaili Muslims
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Federal Way native and record-breaking Winter Olympian Apolo Ohno will be the grand marshal of the 2010 Seafair Torchlight Parade. Festivities start at 7:30 p.m. on July 31.
Weldon Lee did not grow up like other American-born Asian kids of his generation. While many of his peers ended up working in
Jada Morrison, a shy 13-year-old Filipino American from Bellevue, has had to overcome dyslexia in order to star in a movie.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A portrait of the first Asian Pacific American to hold a presidential cabinet post is being installed in the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery.
On July 26, President Barack Obama appointed Daphne Kwok of San Francisco as chair of his advisory commission on Asian American and Pacific Islanders.
“In Their Boots,” a 10-part documentary series about Americans who have been touched by the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, has premiered in Seattle and Tacoma on KCTS 9
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Latino civil rights group has sued 24 Hour Fitness, claiming employees suffered racial and gender discrimination at its gyms around California.
This year, Asian Women in Business (AWIB) is awarding scholarships to female Asian American students who have the attributes to become leaders.
ID Film Fest, Japanese American National Museum, and MAPID have announced a call for submissions to The Asian American Independent Feature Conference (AAIFC) scheduled for Oct. 9.