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Good Trouble’s Sherry Cola Talks Her Come Up, BLM, Her Queerness and Asian American Camaraderie

An in-depth interview with comedian and actress Sherry Cola about her origin story, her journey to playing Alice on “Good Trouble” and her Asian American...

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Welcome Home to Inspiration

When we think of an artist, we think of what they create and what their medium is. For the painter, we look at their canvas. For the writer, we look at their...

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Dante Basco and His New Blueprint for Hollywood

Credit: Storm Santos For many of us, the name Dante Basco evokes many of our favorite childhood characters. For some, it’s Rufio from the movie “Hook.”...

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Getting to Know D’Lo:  “I never found freedom in being quiet.”

It feels like an oversimplification to say that multitalented, trans, Tamil Sri Lankan American artist D’Lo (he/him/they/theirs) is “special.” With all...

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Unlike a Virgin: Exploring my Sexuality as an Asian American Christian

Photo credit: Charles zcuv pictures //Unsplash When I volunteered to write an article about sex positivity a few months ago, I was excited to talk about the...

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“Always Be My Maybe” Actor Emerson Min Excited and Optimistic About Asian Representation

Ali Wong and Randall Park teamed up to write and star in “Always Be My Maybe” (ABMM), an adored romantic comedy that has been cherished by many. The film...

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Interview with YouTube’s Chris Lam: The Story Behind OneWingedChris

Hailing from Irvine, California, Chris Lam’s journey has been a long and humbling one. Originally an Electrical Engineering and Computer Science major from...

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Shannon Kook From CW’s “The 100” Uses His Platform as an Actor to Do Good

From South Africa to Canada, Shannon Kook has followed his passion as an actor and stayed true to his values, both on-screen and off. Acting has been a part of...

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Sydney Viengluang Shares Stories From a Southeast Asian Perspective

Sydney Viengluang was an accounting clerk when she started taking acting classes and realized her true calling wasn’t in finance. Now an artistic powerhouse,...

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