A new project headed by Christy Chan is “unapologetically taking up a lot of space.”
What started as a monthly paper in 1969 geared towards Asian American students at UCLA soon expanded to the greater Los Angeles community.
Asian Deaf creatives Christine Sun Kim and Ravi Vasavan teamed up with Staple Pigeon Streetwear on a fundraiser to combat anti-Asian violence.
In a Hyperallergic exclusive, Lee muses on the aftermath of the Atlanta spa shootings and how the media imagines Asian Americans.
Comprised of 15 panels, Ben Sakoguchi’s “Chinatown” is a history lesson in miniature.
There is a century-long history of political mobilization by students of color on campus.
Marci Kwon got the idea for the initiative after creating a class she had always wanted to take but had never found in graduate school: one on Asian American art.
After a successful run in 2020, the online repertory series My Sight is Lined with Visions returns for a full year of rotating programs.
In the San Gabriel Valley, home to the largest concentration of Asian Americans, cultural landmarks tell a story of the formation of a collective cultural identity.
To be Chinese in Hollywood meant that your name didn’t matter — no one in the audience would remember you or send you a fan letter.
Hollywood stereotypes define the Asian male as bowing, scraping, obsequious, devious, sneaky, dismal, and sexually frustrated.
My Sight is Lined with Visions presents films from the Asian American indie/arthouse wave of the ’90s. Hyperallergic talked to programmers Keisha Knight and Abby Sun about complicating ideas of cultural celebration.