New research reveals Asian Americans are more than twice as likely to be appointed chief executive if a company is in decline.
Other Asian-American advocacy organizations applaud attempts to secure access to education for communities of color.
An Asian-American rights group sued ICE last week over heightened detentions of Vietnamese—detainments that also threaten to undermine American credibility abroad.
The San Gabriel Police Department's collaboration with federal immigration authorities marks the latest flashpoint in the national debate over how local authorities should react to the Trump administration's focus on undocumented immigrants.
Albert Kim will write the script, about a family-run electronics corporation.
As Trump moves to sanction countries that don't accept deportees, analysts warn that U.S. residents of Vietnamese origin no longer have the same protections.
Chinese Americans have historically been viewed as progressives. The ability to mobilize digitally using tools like WeChat may change that.
Compared to the national average of 53 percent, only 31 percent of Asian Americans reported being contacted by candidates or parties in 2012. Less outreach from politicians understandably alienates these voters.
British actor Ed Skrein said he wasn't aware that his character was of mixed Asian heritage.
Asian Americans are indeed treated unfairly in admissions, but affirmative action is a convenient scapegoat for those who seek to pit minority groups against each other.