Despite its title, you won’t find the cute, cuddly and fluffy character gracing this video, although I’m sure there are a few perverts lurking out there who fantasized about that.
Instead you’ll find four largely emotionless, do I dare say inscrutable Japanese … Read more
The group is organizing a field trip to the Pan Asian American Community House. On the group’s online registration form, someone registered as “Ching Chong” with the email email@example.com
When it informed … Read more
A comprehensive report on the State of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders from the Center for American Progress paints a comprehensive picture of that community (Photo by US Army RDECOM)
In … Read more
NPR reports researchers from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania sent identical letters from students to 6500 college professors.
The letters complimented the professors on their work and requested to meet.
The only difference in the letters were the names … Read more
Despite all the talk that Asian Americans play a major role in the anti-affirmative action movement, not one of the four opinions in the case even mentioned Asian Americans, according to a blog by Ilya Somin … Read more
8 Asians reports a 7’5″ Indian Canadian from New Mexico State has decided to enter the NBA draft.
Sim Bhullar is a sophomore and could be the first Indian American to make the NBA.
It was just a few weeks ago that … Read more
Ward Connerly, a leader in the fight against affirmative action, went toe to toe on the issue with Janelle Wong, the director of Asian American Studies at the University of Maryland on MSNBC Wednesday.
Connerlly believes the Supreme Court ruling banning affirmative action in public higher education in Michigan benefits everyone because it allows the … Read more
The Queer Asian American Archive is launching a new collection of LGBT Asian American history, reports the Windy City Times.
(Photo from University of Illinois, Chicago)
The project at the University of Illinois at Chicago is seeking materials for a new collection.
Laura Fugikawa who co-founded the project says she was inspired to do … Read more
Even first lady Michelle Obama is talking about it, reports the Financial Express.
If you haven’t heard, Davuluri spoke at a high school in York, PA. School administrators got wind that … Read more
Anyone who’s ever been in a situation where you’ve been part of a minority culture might be able to relate.
Shaking hands with the opposite sex is not … Read more