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What does “Asian American” really mean?
An excerpt from “The Loneliest Americans,” a new book that explores Asian American identity by Jay Caspian Kang.
For this entrepreneur, the pandemic provided an opportunity to diversify children’s libraries
Faced with her child care centers closing down, Yobe Qiu turned to her passion project: writing children's books about Asian cultures.
Asian Americans disproportionately hit by long-term unemployment, study says
In the fourth quarter of 2020, nearly half of Asian Americans who were unemployed had been out of work for more than six months.
In Chung's "Minari," seeing the American dream through the eyes of a Korean-American family
"And if my daughter can see it one day, that'd be great," says Lee Isaac Chung, writer-director of "Minari."
How Asian-owned businesses are weathering the pandemic
While Black owned businesses were worst hit, those owned by Asian people were close behind.