Do you know comedian Joe Wong?
As Washington prepares to usher in the Year of the Dragon this Lunar New Year, I find myself reflecting on the complex tapestry of our community.
An Asian American assistant chief was named interim chief of the Los Angeles Police Department on Wednesday, taking charge of a force that mostly has been led by white men.
A California man pleaded guilty to threatening mass shootings at synagogues and threatening to “exterminate” Jewish people and Asian Americans, the Justice Department announced Monday.
Community organizer Tanya Woo recently won the open seat at the Seattle City Council, but the race is far from over.
Jules East, writer, director, and co-producer of “River of Ghosts,” is quick to explain that she didn’t intend to grow up to be a filmmaker.
A petition has been launched urging the City Council of Seattle to officially recognize Lunar New Year 2024 as a citywide celebration before Feb. 10.
The House Committee on State Government and Tribal Relations successfully passed House Bill 2209 on Jan. 19—solidifying Lunar New Year as a legislatively recognized holiday.
Steven Yeun and Ali Wong of “Beef” had historic wins at the 75th Primetime Emmy Awards, in a Martin Luther King Jr. Day ceremony that was finally held four months late after a turbulent year of strikes in Hollywood.
After a special city council meeting on Jan. 12, a group of supporters of Tanya Woo, who had just been nominated to fill a vacant seat, were standing inside the doors to Fifth Avenue.