One of Chinatown's few female lion dancers, Sara Lai, discusses the often forgotten art of training to be a "lion head."
The Cambodian-American native of Long Beach, CA explains why a lack of diversity in music persists despite movements toward inclusiveness in other industries.
The 'Little Fires Everywhere' scribe on the increased visibility of Asian-Americans on screen, the TV adaptation of her book starring Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington, and why she needs silence to write.
The restaurateur and frequent Food Network contestant talks about why Chinese cuisine is so misunderstood in the United States.
The playwright discusses the revival of his celebrated play in an interview with Asia Blog.
Author Kevin Kwan and director Jon Chu discuss why the upcoming film 'Crazy Rich Asians' is important for Asian Americans and for diversity in general.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson's longtime body double Myles Humphus explains how stereotypes have actually helped his career.
"The idea of growing up being a 'foreigner' in the country I was living in has made me look at everything from an outsider's perspective."
The star of Netflix's Marco Polo says that Asian-Americans are beginning to "hold Hollywood accountable" in casting decisions.