The new miniseries offers an informative overview of history through personal, often deeply emotional testimony.
The latest season of AMC’s supernatural history drama uses the harsh realities of Japanese American internment to weave its horrific tale.
The Chinese American Museum’s exhibition Roots uses books, posters, films, and music to examine the politicization of Asian Americans.
Since the beginning of this century a number of poets of Asian descent have published books that have helped redefine the field of study known as Asian American poetry, while challenging the various received definitions of what constitutes avant-garde or innovative writing.
A few weeks ago, on Centre Street–just north of Canal, the longtime boundary between Chinatown and the rest of Manhattan–I was on a panel, Re-imagining Asian American (and American) Poetry, at the Museum of Chinese in America (MoCA).
Now that the Whitney Biennial is finally over, did anyone notice that Patty Chang, Nikki S. Lee, and Laurel Nakadate weren’t included, just to mention three mid-career, Asian-American women artists who were conspicuously absent?
OAKLAND, Calif. — Asian Americans occupy 6.1 percent of creative jobs in this country, which is nearly half of the Asian-American population.