ASIAN AMERICAN CULTURE

Country Music's Biggest Asian Star?

Travis Yee hit it in two of the unlikeliest ways: on TikTok and with a country tune.

Trump's Mass Political Migration 2.0?

Polls are starting to point to a startling reality: that Trump is gaining with minority voters, not losing them.

Asian Anger: A Model Minority No More

Asians, in the shadow of COVID-19, are suddenly drawing lots of heat.

Her Gender-Fluid Graphic Novel Took Off. Now for the Encore

Jen Wang made an enormous splash last year — but her next book could be even bigger.

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Real Talk, Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

Can Asia Finally Break Through at the Oscars?

For decades, Asian films have been relegated to the fringes of major American award ceremonies.

Mass Shooting Worries Are Worse for Minority Students

Students of color are responding to threats of gun violence in ways White students don’t.

Digital, Political Nomads: Meet the Chinese Americans for Trump

Buying New York property and shedding censored chat apps, these Trump supporters are defying demographic destiny.

OZY's 'Misunderstood' Sets the Record Straight on Asian Stereotypes

Designer Kimora Lee Simmons and chef Eddie Huang dispel stereotypes about Asian-Americans in this new OZY series.

Does Affirmative Action Help or Harm Asian-Americans? OZY Asked Them

At OZY’s Take On America in San Francisco, we tackled affirmative action, Hollywood beauty standards and the ethics of tech.

Special Briefing: What 'Crazy Rich Asians' Could Mean

The first major Hollywood film in 25 years to focus on an Asian-American cast could change Hollywood norms.

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The Food That Built America

The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.

Why the 'Model Minority' Ends With Second-Generation Asian-Americans

Asian-Americans earn more than any other racial group … but only if their parents weren’t born in the U.

This Is the Year of Color for American Politics

Candidates of color are supporting one another like never before and gaining from new fundraising options.

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