Film industry insiders discuss Hollywood’s slow embrace of diversity and what Asian American communities can do to get their stories made.
Hong Kong's Victoria Harbor looks overcast and grey on May 21, 2013. (Alex Leung/Flickr)
A classroom full of children smile and listen attentively to their teacher in Jizushan, Yunnan Province, China on March 6, 2013. (James Moallem)
A young boy walks in a garden blooming with purple wisteria on May 12, 2013. (kobaken (こばけん)/Flickr)
A boat glides through the rippling waves in Hong Kong on May 12, 2013. (iandolphin24/Flickr)
From the many phases of his hair to a tweet that inspired his film "Dosa Hunt," the Punjabi American music maven tells us how his heritage has shaped who he is today.
A dog looks out the windown in Tokyo, Japan on May 13, 2013. (今 ゆっくりと 歩いていこう/Flickr)
Five years after the Sichuan earthquake, 'The Reborn of Beichuan' follows the journey of two families from a devastated Chinese city as they try to restore normalcy to their lives and struggle to move past the loss of their children.
A young girl in Baizu costume in Jizushan, Yunnan Province, China on December 27, 2012. (James Moallem)
Fishermen head back with their boats as the day comes to an end in Mui Ne, Vietnam on May 12, 2013. (etherlore/Flickr)
A young boy casts his fishing net into the water beneath a bridge in Chennai, India on May 12, 2013. (Aschevogel/Flickr)