Chili oil is a popular condiment in many cuisines particularly in Chinese and Vietnamese. Also referred to as hot chili oil or chili crisp or chili garlic oil, it is often used to add spicy heat and flavor to dishes most often to spice up some noodles or dumplings. In Szechuan and Northern Chinese cuisines, […]
The world has become a very scary and confusing place over the last several years. Some groups of people are much more afraid and stressed than others at the moment, though. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world, and many people have struggled with these changes. There are positive signs that things are moving in […]
In a viral Tweet, Louisiana State freshman Christy Nguyen asked for help tracking down a white student that repeatedly directed xenophobic and racist remarks at she and her friends at a recent LSU football game.
While in China for the NBA Global Games, Jeremy Lin decided to wear his hair in a bowlcut at a Charlotte Hornets practice.
It’s been a long time coming for Asian American male characters in the major comic book universes. We’ve had to be content with super-powered stereotypes Shang Chi, Sunfire and Collective Man, but we’ll finally have the first-ever Asian American lead character.
I got my first listen to Lion Babe during this year’s Afropunk Fest and after seeing a couple photos of the band, I wondered if Lucas Goodman was part Asian?
Another month, another Hollywood whitewashing of an Asian character. This month’s episode: Cameron Crowe’s ‘Aloha’.
I was scrolling through my Facebook feed and there was a post about Jeremy Lin and Jordan Clarkson making NBA history.
Here’s a cheesy Chinese New Year commercial from the NBA featuring Jeremy Lin, James Harden, Steph Curry, Benny the Bull and Dwyane Wade.
As someone that hangs onto any thread of potential visibility for Asians in American pop culture, you might wonder why I waited until today, almost a week after “Fresh Off the Boat” premiered to finally watch the show.
I rarely ever watch a movie more than once. Even in the case of movies that I’ve raved about don’t inspire me to watch them over.
As everyone knows by now, Eric Garner, a 43-year old African-American male, died after New York police put him in an illegal chokehold.
Grace Lee Boggs has given all her life and now needs our help.
This is an article that I originally wrote for American FOBs. I corrected a mistake and made some slight edits to this version for clarity.
(Reposted from 18 Million Rising) Edward Blum is really invested in Asian Americans getting into college. Sounds like a good thing, right? Think again.
There’s a post being passed around Facebook that has its heart in the right place, but falls into the same trap it’s attempting to dispel.
I don’t know what number constitutes a pattern, but after a 61-year Chinese immigrant was pushed onto the tracks of the oncoming D train in The Bronx.
Strolling through gallery after gallery of the vast Cleveland Museum of Art, I came upon the North wing — their permanent Asian Art collection — I didn’t expect much from it.
I have relatives that live in Confucius Plaza, sometimes referred to as Confucius Tower. Confucius Plaza is an expansive apartment complex with historical significance found in Manhattan’s Chinatown.
You just visited Chinatown today and you saw old Chinese men sitting on the corner playing a traditional bowed instrument. So you’re wondering, what is that Chinese strong instrument you saw in Chinatown called?
Jeremy Lin was going to be traded this off-season. It’s been clear that the Houston Rockets were trying to deal the guard, along with center Omer Asik, to go after some big name free agent names.
Sometimes I actually click through to one of those fucking viral videos that Facebook’s algorithm puts in front of me and sometimes, I am actually glad I did.
Would you recognize Jeremy Lin on the streets of New York if you saw him? I would. I wouldn’t even play it cool. I would kiss him and hug him and massage his shoulders. I would.
When I was young, my mom would periodically place me on the living room couch and pick my ear and remove earwax with an “earpick”.