Why do we not want to discuss depression? Yale student Luchang Wang’s suicide was a shock and a head-shaker. (See Jenn Fang’s insightful article on page 1). There were signs before the suicide, but then also preliminary assumptions would point to “no problem.” Is this often associated and perhaps regimented with Asian Americans? There is […]
Los Angeles – The filmmakers responsible for independent hit, The People I’ve Slept With, are joining together again to make Chink, the first Asian American serial killer movie. It is the directorial debut of Stanley Yung, the film is written by Koji Steven Sakai and produced by Stanley, Koji, and Quentin Lee. The film stars […]
For Colleen Fukui-Sketchley, purple and gold symbolizes tradition and draws unity in her family.
Secretary, teacher, or nurse.
Being a woman, these were the only choices that counselors gave Marcine Anderson when she graduated from an Oregon high school in a small town in 1973.