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Different generations are sharing what they did before they could look stuff up on the internet

Gen Z TikToker Sarah Adelman posted a video, which has since gone viral, asking members of other generations to weigh in on what pre-internet existence was like.

Why Hasan Minhaj’s fabrications could invalidate real accounts of racism and Islamophobia

After comedian Hasan Minhaj said he fabricated stories, some comedians and experts say it does a disservice to the South Asian diaspora and Muslim Americans.

South Asian New York Fashion Week showcases how region's fashion influences current trends

South Asian clothing and accessories have been in the spotlight this week at the second South Asian New York Fashion Week, highlighting how styles from the region are both influencing and embracing current trends.

MTV VMAs 2023 highlights: Taylor Swift ties record for most VMA wins in one night

Highlights from the 2023 MTV VMAs, including biggest winners, top performances and more.

New York adds Lunar New Year as public school holiday

The Lunar New Year will now be observed in all public schools in the state of New York, following legislation signed by Gov.

California school district offers unique Korean American studies class

Anaheim Union High School District in Orange County, California, is offering for the first time this fall an ethnic studies course focusing on the history and experiences of Korean Americans.

Mother who was arrested after son criticized Bangladesh government online is released on bail

Anisa Siddika was arrested three days after her son, Tanzilur Rahman, posted thoughts on Facebook about the Bangladesh government’s role in a war crime trial.

Mother is arrested in Bangladesh after son in the U.S. criticizes government online

A Ph.D. student at Michigan State University said his mother was arrested in Bangladesh after he criticized the country's government in a Facebook post.

‘Only Murders in the Building’ composer says theme song was influenced by ‘old Hindi music’

Composer Siddhartha Khosla broke down the creation of the theme song for Hulu’s “Only Murders in the Building” in a recent episode of "Song Exploder," detailing his influences from Hindi music and New York City culture.

Man sentenced to 50 months for burglarizing Asian Americans in 4 states

A New Jersey man was sentenced to 50 months in prison for burglarizing Asian and Asian American homes across four states.

Man indicted on a charge of anti-Asian hate crime in NYC Koreatown attack

A Massachusetts man was indicted on hate crime charges this week after prosecutors said he assaulted an Asian couple in Manhattan’s Koreatown neighborhood.