On the power of others' assumptions.
The hubbub over the Tiger Mom model presented in a recent best-seller left some recalling the stereotype of the Jewish mother. But what happens when couples are Asian and Jewish?
Studies find a decline in Asian-American students’ success once they move away from home and go to college.
Does the Tiger Mother get it right? While some view Asian-Americans as pushy, stressing their children into exceptional achievement, research doesn’t bear out that stereotype.
When it comes to involvement in their children’s education, Asian Americans have their own distinct style that often pays dividends when report cards arrive.
The Fox family of television networks is not exactly known for its subtle look at the nature of cultural difference.
A community-based strategy to prevent and treat hepatitis B may reduce its staggeringly high prevalence among Asian Americans.