A New York man was sentenced to 15 years in state prison for a vicious attack on a Filipino woman.
New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art said Friday that it will return more than a dozen pieces of ancient artwork to Cambodia and Thailand after they were tied to an art dealer and collector accused of running a huge antiquities trafficking network out of Southeast Asia.
Democrat Susan Zhuang clinched what appears to be a decisive victory against Ying Tan in the newly redrawn 43rd City Council District in New York.
The New York Police Department’s Hate Crimes Unit is currently investigating an incident over the weekend as a hate crime assault.
U.S. Army Private Wing O. Hom, a Chinese American World War II soldier from New York City, is finally coming home.
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul signed legislation on Saturday to declare Asian Lunar New Year a public school holiday across New York state.
A Boston man was indicted on Tuesday for assaulting an Asian couple while yelling racist slurs in May.
The New York Police Department (NYPD) has arrested a teenage girl accused of attacking two Asian women on the subway last week.
An Asian American-owned bookstore in Manhattan’s Chinatown left gutted by a Fourth of July fire is getting flooded with support from the community, writers and celebrities.
New York City will add the festival of Diwali to the list of public school holidays in recognition of the growth of the city’s South Asian and Indo-Caribbean communities, Mayor Eric Adams announced Monday.