"The message is clear," said Geraldine Roman. "Gender or sexual orientation is no hindrance to serving the country."
Five years after Fukushima, Asia Society Policy Institute's Jackson Ewing tells us how the Asian country is addressing its energy challenges.
"If you come to journalism kind of with any kind of outsider perspective, you'd begin to see to see how much people rely on the same sources and cover the same stories."
Obama is the first U.S. president to appear in the Japanese city since the dropping of the bomb in 1945.
"The effacement and erasure of Asians, Asian Americans and other minorities or people of color still continues to this day in the U.S."
The Washington Post correspondent and Osborn Elliott Prize winner thanked Asia Society for recognizing his work profiling daily life in the troubled country.
"I felt that they needed someone who was not just a Latino face. Asian Americans are just as much of this movement as other immigrants in this country."
On CNN, Asia Society Policy Institute President Kevin Rudd discusses President Obama's trips to Hanoi and Hiroshima.
The Washington Post reporter and Osborn Elliott Prize winner discusses how the country has — and hasn't — changed in the 15 years since 9/11.
The preeminent immigration historian discusses her family’s hardship coming to the U.S., how stereotypes of Chinese immigrants are shifting, and how Asian Americans remain “invisible” in many ways.
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