Eddie Huang may very well be the face of Asian America right now, and that pisses me off. When you're one of the few Asian Americans that holds a spot in the limelight, with a voice that people will stop and listen to, you carry a weight and responsibility that
The case of Peter Liang remains a particularly divisive and vexing one within the Chinese American community, with talks of national rallies now being planned for the indicted NYPD officer over the death of Akai Gurley. I have watched in horror as a White House petition grow to over 123,
Representative Tammy Duckworth recently announced her candidacy for the US Senate from the state of Illinois—an announcement that spread like wildfire online. This came after California Attorney General Kamala Harris's announcement for the CA Senate Race earlier this year in Janurary. I lost it (out of excitement) when Rep.
February 19th is recognized in places across the country as a Day of Remembrance marking the beginnings of Japanese Internment in the Second World War, when Executive Order 9066 authorized the creation of exclusion zones where Japanese Americans were taken from their homes and placed in camps further inland.
I've been blogging on and off for a few years now, usually sporadically and when I have something that I want to say or rant about. And this is absolutely an extension of that—I have long followed, read, and appreciated key Asian American bloggers that have helped shaped my