"It's easier for me to articulate my concerns without lighting the room on fire."
The co-creator of the Netflix show "Master of None" used his acceptance speech at the Emmy's to encourage Asian American representation in film and TV.
Business leaders and diversity experts at the 2015 Diversity Leadership Forum share ways that the underrepresentation of Asian Pacific Americans in corporate leadership positions can be addressed.
"Fashion magazines exist to inspire people," says former Lucky editor-in-chief Eva Chen.
Erica Dhawan discusses Asian Americans in the workforce, workplace diversity, and skills millennials should be developing.
Mei Lin discusses why her parents opposed her becoming a chef and shares some of her favorite dishes.
Vietnamese American author recounts how he forced himself to confront the carnage, heartbreak, and marginalization of his childhood through writing.
Harry Shum, Jr. discusses his "most complex character" yet in the upcoming Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon sequel.
A short film recalls the Japanese American legacy on the West Coast and how the Miyazaki Bathhouse seeks to preserve and build upon it.
Hines Ward on his first return to South Korea in 2006: "It made me really proud of my Korean side and I am still grateful to the Korean people for their continued support and love."
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