Last month, former UCLA student Alexandra Wallace posted an ill-conceived YouTube video complaining about Asian students who talked
Nepali boy reaches life plateau by aiding other immigrants
Reaching the summit of the world’s tallest mountain in Nepal is certainly not easy. Since 1922, only 800 people have successfully scaled Mount Everest’s
Too many eligible Asians fail to apply for citizenship
After 14 years in the United States, Jenny Yang, who came from Korea, finally attained citizenship. Soon after her citizenship ceremony in
Minority real estate leaders say government failing to meet the needs of multicultural home buyers
In March, the nation’s three largest organizations representing multicultural real estate professionals called for policy makers to do more for minority homebuyers.
Report reveals state budget cuts exacerbate racial disparities
A new report, “The Color of Cuts: The Disproportionate Impact of Budget Cuts on Communities of Color in Washington State,” written by the Washington
Decades later, U.S. survivors recalls Philippine internment camp
FARMINGTON, N.M. (AP) — The rescued and their rescuers are remembering a World War II internment camp in the Philippines.
Oscar winner sees boom coming for Chinese documentaries
HONG KONG (AP) — China is seeing a boom in documentary making with the spread of digital cameras and the wealth of issues arising from the country’s rapid
Myanmar warns no ‘decadent’ dress for its New Year’s celebrations
YANGON, Myanmar (AP) — Revelers who wear “decadent” clothing during Myanmar’s upcoming New Year’s celebrations can face up to a month in prison
A-POP! column: Another whitewashed cast
Pop superstar Lady Gaga released her song “Born This Way” as the lead single from her second studio album of the same name.
Does diversity makes a difference? These students think so
High school students blazing the path for diversity were honored at the 17th annual Diversity Makes a Difference Scholarship Awards Gala on April 1.