A months-long project culminated on Thursday when children from four New York public schools saw their own work on the walls and the gallery floors of a major cultural institution.
Controversial author discusses visiting Taiwan, plans for his next novel, and drawing mandalas while stoned in his room.
2009 Osborn Elliott Prize winner Greg Constantine discusses his work depicting the struggles of stateless minority groups around the world through photography.
Things are better today for Asian Americans in entertainment than ever before, says the star of CBS's Elementary, "but it's a very slow process."
‘Inspired by Nam June Paik: Becoming Robot’ opens on May 19, featuring art from New York City public school students. Read the story of how the exhibition came together.
Spoken word artist and social activist Bao Phi says privileged Asian American activists need to "illuminate the least privileged in our own communities."
Each week, we'll reach into Asia Society's archives to find a photo from the organization's nearly 60-year history. This week: Jacqueline Kennedy at Asia Society's Asia House Gallery.
What can art tell us about the American immigration experience? Find out from four artists featured in 'The Other Side,' an exhibition now on view at Asia Society Texas Center.
"People will see a person if you play a person. I still feel this, but over time I see some of the invisible obstacles too," says Ken Leung of his experience as an Asian American actor.
"It all started in the parking lots of Koreatown," says Kev Nish of the chart-topping Asian American hip hop group Far East Movement.
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