Filmmaker Dinesh Sabu, director of the autobiographical documentary “Unbroken Glass,” was born in Baton Rouge, La., to an Indian family.
The meticulous workout schedule, detailed diet, and instructive reading material make up a portion of the daily life of Bruce Lee, which went on display Oct. 1 at the Wing Luke Museum in Chinatown.
The Glitter Gala is Seattle Goodwill’s only fundraising event.
A collection of art, culture, music, and history peppered with lectures on varied topics, is set to give people a taste of South Asia.
For David Kang, an Asian American casting director and producer, his path to Hollywood has been anything but conventional.
The Chinese “I Ching,” sometimes known as the “Book of Changes,” is an ancient divination text, sometimes treated as a work of philosophy, and one of the best-known Chinese texts in the West.
When asked about growing up Korean in New Jersey, actor Aaron Yoo, an upcoming star of the “StartUp” TV show playing now on the online Crackle network, waxed philosophical and comparative.
Streaming content is becoming more common among modern viewers with online heavyweights like Netflix and Hulu revolutionizing how people consume movies and television.
“He had many different interests, pursued them in a humble way, and succeeded in everything,” Sheenie Yip, a marketing intern at Wing Luke Museum, said about Bruce Lee.
Pianist and keyboardist Masabumi Kikuchi, aka Poo Sun, aka Poo, was born in Tokyo in 1939 and died in Manhasset, N.Y. in 2015.