Some Asian women are learning new skills to protect themselves, bolstering their sense of agency, confidence and competence on the street.
Tom Lin is making his debut with “The Thousand Crimes of Ming Tsu,” a novel that has drawn comparisons to Cormac McCarthy and “True Grit.”
The mayor of Antioch, Calif., said the city was going to designate the site of its former Chinatown as a historic district.
The killing of Maggie Long, 17, who was set on fire and burned alive in her family’s Bailey, Colo., home, remains unsolved.
The huge grocery chain and other megastores like it have revolutionized the way many Asian-Americans shop and eat.
In an unusual move, Detective Vincent Cheung is suing a man who hurled racist insults at him. The lawsuit raises thorny questions about free speech.
The sandwich was an attempt to market McDonald’s to as many people as possible. Growing up Chinese-American, I felt as if it were made just for me.
Monday: Introducing a revamped Chinese-language briefing.
Signs of life have returned to Sunset Park, but businesses are struggling and racism and hate crimes have made things worse. “The neighborhood hasn’t recovered,” a restaurant manager said.
This gender-flipped martial-arts reboot departs from its 1970s predecessor by having a predominantly Asian-American cast.
The conversations represent a fraught yet tender shift in the traditional parent-child dynamic.
The woman, Xiao Zhen Xie, 75, was punched by a white man last week. Her family raised money through GoFundMe to pay for her medical expenses. Now, they want to use it to fight anti-Asian racism.
The shootings happened in a part of Asian-America that is often invisible.
Asian-Americans are reeling from the killings in Georgia and a rising number of attacks nationwide. Could confronting racism bring solidarity across their class divides?
The victims lived at the nexus of race, gender and class.
On platforms such as Telegram and 4chan, racist memes and posts about Asian-Americans have created fear and dehumanization.
“I’m not sure Asian-American families can avoid ‘the talk’ any longer,” one expert said.
Bigotry and demagoguing have pushed communities to a “crisis point.”
Amid fear, sadness and pain, the shootings in the Atlanta area have generated anger over the country’s longstanding failure to address anti-Asian discrimination.
House lawmakers described the fear and trauma rippling through the Asian-American community, and they argued that an uptick in violence was a result of the rise of anti-China messaging stoked during the pandemic.
Many viewed the shooting rampage in Atlanta that left eight people dead as the culmination of a racialized misogyny that they say has long been directed at them.
The recent attacks on Asian-Americans have unearthed the contradictions and questions beneath America’s impoverished understanding of race. To solve the problem, we must first learn how to talk about it.
Too often, attention to nonwhite groups is only as pressing as the injuries that they have suffered.
A frightening wave of attacks has Asian communities on edge. But I experienced street harassment long before the pandemic.
Yukun Shaobing’s stuffed flatbreads have become a hit in Flushing despite the pressures of Covid and high rents.
The pandemic has changed so many of the practices that began as a way to relieve the darkness of winter.
Lulu Wang, Lee Isaac Chung, Bing Liu, Alan Yang, Justin Chon, Sandi Tan and Mira Nair talk forthrightly about staying true to themselves while navigating Hollywood and issues of identity.
Mr. Lee was determined to correct history that left out Asian-Americans, and to document their present-day lives and struggles. He died of Covid-19.
Breaking barriers she rose in the advertising industry before General Motors took her onboard. She later used classical music to forge closer ties between Americans and the Chinese.
After a devastating year for small businesses, a new organization has a plan to bring life back to the neighborhood. First, hang some new lights.
His customers cherished his small business — and him — more than he ever knew.
Right-wing conspiracy theories have infiltrated Asian and Latino communities through platforms like WeChat and WhatsApp. Democrats must take notice.
To feel close to my father, a man I never fully knew, I eat chicken nuggets.
The chef Simone Tong weaves the flavors of her upbringing into modern interpretations of American classics.
I lived at the same address throughout my American childhood, but neither of my Chinese-born parents could say exactly where they were from.
A surge in worldwide demand for low-cost laptops has created shipment delays and pitted desperate schools against one another.
In a heavily Asian-American district of Queens, two-thirds of families have chosen not to send their children back to school.
The app has reshaped the experience of Chinese-Americans for the better, but also spreads misinformation and government propaganda.
The order is a setback in the president’s efforts to block a Chinese social media app that he has labeled a national security threat. The ban had been set to go into effect on Sunday night.
Lee stood out as a Chinese immigrant, giving speeches, writing articles and helping to lead a 10,000-strong march through the streets of New York City when she was just a teenager.
He says that they are a security threat. If so, it is time to show the world the evidence.
In a lawsuit filed in New Jersey, a former member of the well-known Shanghai Quartet said he had been dumped after a remark he made on social media was misinterpreted as an ethnic slur.
A vital connection for the Chinese diaspora, the app has also become a global conduit of Chinese state propaganda, surveillance and intimidation. The United States has proposed banning it.
Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.
At Junzi Kitchen, the young chef Lucas Sin’s collaborative project shows the global reach of his home country’s cuisine.
A social worker turned preservationist, she directed the Museum of Chinese in America. “Sometimes it was literally dumpster-diving,” she said of rescuing artifacts.
Officials in Hong Kong targeted by new United States sanctions argued on Saturday that the move harmed American interests and would have little impact on them.
With more than 2,000 incidents and little action from the federal government, efforts to curtail pandemic-related racism have fallen to P.S.A.s and social media campaigns.
When countries clash, here’s what happens to those of us caught in the middle.
Lee and Gee never met, but as the only two Chinese-American women pilots during the war, their lives ran a strikingly similar course, and both thwarted layers of prejudice.