A giant panda on long-term loan from China died in a zoo in northern Thailand on Wednesday, six months before she was due to return home, officials from the Chiang Mai Zoo said.
Moon Bin, a singer from South Korean boy band Astro, was found dead at his home in Seoul, his management agency said Thursday.
It’s bad enough that Netflix’s “A Tourist’s Guide to Love” is unrealistic.
It’s no secret that Asian American immigrants are stereotyped as “tiger parents.”
President Joe Biden’s nominee to be the next labor secretary, Julie Su, will testify to the Senate Thursday with key Democrats unwilling to voice support for her confirmation, creating uncertainty about her prospects in the narrowly divided chamber.
One of the oldest living Chinese American World War II veterans— Gene Moy celebrated his 106th birthday on April 8 at Terri’s Kitchen in Bellevue.
The Seattle City Council has unanimously voted to recommend the appointment of Tanya Kim to the Human Services Department’s (HSD) permanent director position.
The Korean Women’s Association (KWA) Board of Trustees announced on April 17 the appointment of Cheryl Lee as its new executive director. She will begin her tenure May 1.
The Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) diaspora is a vast community, whose members have made contributions to the world throughout history, and continue to do so.
Two men have been arrested on charges that they helped establish a secret police outpost in New York City on behalf of the Chinese government, and more than three dozen officers with China’s national police force have been charged with using social media to harass dissidents inside the United States, the Justice Department said Monday.