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Awkwafina carries on the torch in “Nora from Queens” as “Fresh Off the Boat” concludes

Awkwafina, a.k.a Nora Lum, made history this month as the first Asian American to win a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy....

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Filmmaker Rachel Leyco Fights For a Stigma-free Future

“I used to be so ashamed of being Asian, being queer and being ‘crazy,’ but I love every part of my identity now,” explained Rachel Leyco, an...

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“Blinded by the Light” Challenges Racism and Inspires Hope

Anyone who has dined at a family-owned restaurant knows the food tastes special when the mom is running the register, the dad is cooking in the kitchen, and...

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7 Asian Women Who Define Beauty for Me

I remember being called fat from a very early age and ‘fat’ became so much a part of my identity. Looking back at childhood pictures, though, I’m...

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Balancing Great Expectations with Mental Health Wellness

Most of us are born into our Asian American identities with great expectations strung neatly along our shoulders. If our parents are immigrants, those...

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