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Senator Mazie Hirono (D-HI) and Representative Grace Meng (D-NY) sent this letter (a portion shown above) to US Attorney General Merrick Garland asking for faster action on implementing the COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act. They specifically ask for speeding up implementation … Continue reading
While checking out the #GoldOpen for Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Five Rings, another feature on the #GoldOpen list caught my eye. My niece’s husband works for Pixar and when I asked him about what he was working on, … Continue reading
As I mentioned in a previous post about this movie, it was an open question how the it would fare during the Delta Variant surge. Looks like the question has been answered – it would fare very well! According to … Continue reading
Variety reports that Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is slated to open this week on September 3 with a Gold Open. For those of you who don’t know, this means that the Gold House organization and CAPE … Continue reading
When Westfield Valley Fair mall, the preeminent shopping mall of Silicon Valley, became more accessible, I visited there after about a year and was struck by one thing: the sheer number of places you can get Boba Tea. I don’t … Continue reading
When I first read that research from Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce claims that there is no strong evidence of admissions discrimination against Asian Americans in the 90 most selective colleges in the US, I was skeptical. … Continue reading
In case you missed it, Sunisa Lee, a Hmong American from Minnesota, won the Gymnastics All Round medal at the Tokyo Olympics. After Simone Biles withdrew, the pressure was intense on the 18 year old to continue the United States … Continue reading
It’s been great to see Asian American athletes representing the US in the Tokyo Olympics. I saw Nikhil Kumar playing table tennis and found out he is an 18 year from my city of San Jose. Seeing athletes like Nikhil … Continue reading
This ad for Facebook’s Portal was an pleasant surprise. I loved how it showed three generations of an Asian Americans. Showing that Asian Americans is a good way to slowly chip away at the perpetual foreigner stereotype. I also liked … Continue reading
The organization recording hate anti-Asian crimes, Stop AAPI Hate, has had a large profile during the surge in hate toward Asian Americans during the pandemic. Because of this high profile, two articles that talk about the people working behind the … Continue reading
This Last Week Tonight segment on Asian Americans hosted by John Olliver gives an overview of Asian American history and the current issues facing Asian Americans, done in his usually satirical style. I was pleasantly surprised by how thorough it … Continue reading