Asian representation on TV isn’t much better post-'Master of None' — but there’s hope

'Master of None' was not a magic salve for Asian representation on TV.


Flipping Through the Issues: Fashion magazines' impact on my identity as an Asian-American immigrant

"In the quest of outfitting my belonging, I found my fascination with fashion."

MTV's Ira Madison III tweets off-color joke about Jeff Sessions' Asian granddaughter

The writer said he was attempting to call out the attorney general pick's previous statements about Asians.

South Asians, Filipinos call out lack of inclusion in 'Times' video about racism

Brown Asians are still clamoring for representation.

'Bon Appétit' video of white chef explaining how to eat pho is peak cuisine Columbusing

Here's what happens when a chef whitesplains pho.

Less than 10% of all network TV characters are played by Asian actors

It's an improvement, but still virtually a wasteland.

This Open Letter From Asian Oscar Winners Is the Perfect Takedown of the Oscars' Racism

Two dozen academy members want "concrete steps" to ensure future Oscars broadcasts to avoid ill-timed, offensive Asian jokes.

Good News for Racists Who Like to Spout Clichéd Crap

You've heard it a million times. And you might be buying it.

Netflix's Newest Series Will Have Asian Viewers Rolling Their Eyes

How many stereotypes can you count?

Miss Travel's "Sexiest Nationalities" List Has a Pretty Glaring Oversight — No African Or Asian Nations

According to members of the travel dating website, the world's sexiest people are found exclusively in North American, South American and European countries.


To Promote Diversity, Schools Should Make Students Sit Together

Schools should enforce intermingling and cross-ethnic communication in order to channel the positive influences from diversity in America's public schools.