Lucky is the biggest K-pop star at the moment. Finishing up her Asia tour with a final performance in Hong Kong, she is about to take the western world by storm with her upcoming performance on the “Later Tonight Show” in her hometown of Los Angeles. But first things first: a burger.
Another year is coming to a close and that means another year of a whole lot of books. Here are 10 of my top reads—in no particular order—for 2019.
At 17, Ali Chu has grown up as the only Asian person in her Indiana school. And to fit in, she knows she must be as bland as white toast to survive—meaning eating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and ignoring the racism from her classmates and teachers.
Lana Lee is back on the case and this time, things are off to an explosive start.
On the first evening of Cleveland’s Asian Night Market, Wonton on Wheels, a food truck run by her parents’ old friends, blows up at the end of the night, leaving one man dead.
Aru Shah is back for another adventure in this second installment of Chokshi’s Pandava series.
Khai Diep doesn’t really have emotions. While he might feel little things like irritation or contentment, he doesn’t do the big ones like grief. Or love. But his family knows better.
Following the death of his sister Swati, Harit’s mother can no longer function. So to help the two of them cope, he has taken to dressing up in a sari to pass himself off as his sister.
Lana Lee is back and in this third installment of Chien’s Noodle Shop Mystery series, it is all about the noodles.
In Andover, superpowers are commonplace. And as the daughter of the city’s two dedicated superheroes, Smasher and Shockwave, it’s easy to assume Jessica Tran would also have superpowers.
After dedicating years as a speechwriter for a Philippine senator, Ben Cacho suddenly finds himself in the midst of a political scandal, thrown under the bus and out of a job.