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Korean pop group BTS talks anti-Asian racism in first live tour in 2 years

Members of the South Korean pop group BTS spoke out Sunday against anti-Asian racism after their first in-person concert since the pandemic. “When we talk

Hikers used their turbans to save 2 men in waterfall pool

Five hikers in British Columbia, Canada, used their turbans to save two men on their trail when the pair unexpectedly fell into a pool below a waterfall.

Simu Liu and Bowen Yang jokingly vie for the most ‘First Asian’ titles on 'SNL'

Simu Liu and Bowen Yang are often hailed as trailblazers in the Asian American community — for being the first Marvel Asian superhero and for being the first As

Series on Vincent Chin taps Chloé Zhao as executive producer

Chloé Zhao, the Academy Award-winning director of “Nomadland” and “Eternals,” will be the executive producer for a limited scripted series about the murder of V

Official trailer released for Pixar’s first Asian-led feature film, ‘Turning Red’

Pixar has released the official trailer for “Turning Red,” its first feature-length film directed by an Asian woman.

Mother of toddler killed by stray bullet pleads for help in finding shooter

The mother of Jasper Wu, the 23-month-old toddler who was killed by a stray bullet last week in Oakland, California, is pleading for help in finding those

How Harvard’s ‘Legally Blonde’ production bent the narrative with a snap of Asian flair

When Harvard’s Asian Student Arts Project first decided to perform “Legally Blonde” with an all-Asian cast, it was something of a joke.

Diwali takes on new meaning for Indian Americans whose loved ones died of Covid

Diwali takes on new meaning for Indian Americans whose loved ones died of Covid

2 Filipino American NBA players faced off Thursday night, a league first

NBA players Jordan Clarkson of the Utah Jazz and Jalen Green of the Houston Rockets made history Thursday night.

Outrage grows after conservative host’s remarks on reporter’s Asian features

A conservative podcast host is facing backlash after making racist comments about Betty Yu, an Asian American news reporter in San Francisco.