The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will extend Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Burma for an additional 18 months, from Nov. 26, 2022, through May 25, 2024, due to extraordinary and temporary conditions in Burma that prevent individuals from safely returning.
A NASA researcher and Texas A&M University professor pleaded guilty to charges related to hiding his ties to a university created by the Chinese government while accepting federal grant money.
Extraordinary use of electricity has long been a telltale sign of illegal grow houses producing thousands of marijuana plants hidden in seemingly ordinary homes.
A model from Myanmar who denounced her country’s military rulers last year from the stage of a beauty pageant in Thailand said Sept. 23 that she feared she may be forced back home.
Looking to “reintroduce the Philippines” to the world, new President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has ambitious plans for his nation on the international stage and at home—if, that is, the twin specters of pandemic and climate change can be overcome or at least managed.
Restaurant workers, along with supporters and community advocates, are calling on Congress members to introduce the country’s first-ever Restaurant Workers Bill of Rights.
Seattle filmmaker and lion dancer Han Eckelberg, of Chinese and German descent, grew up on South Beacon Hill. So each side of his heritage left him with indelible memories, starting with his Chinese side.
We’ve covered the protests and City Council meetings about the new, expanded homeless shelter at the site of the current Salvation Army shelter in the Chinatown-International District (CID)—the funding for which was approved by former Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan.
In Frederick Su’s op-ed, he paints a wide swath across all Asian Americans by using fear-mongering and outlandish claims to implore the community to support Republicans.