World-renowned tattoo artist and creative entrepreneur, Dr. Woo discusses his recent work with Haku Vodka to support the AAPI community and how he has evolved from tradition.
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When was the last time you saw an Asian American face in a fashion campaign? Was it months ago, or years? Or maybe even never before? Photographer Andrew Kung, […]
If you think back to your high school summers, chances are that you’ll remember sleeping in and probably eating too much junk food. But Jackie Liu isn’t your average […]
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In these times of stress and social distancing, it can be easy to feel isolated from the rest of our community. Thankfully, the digital world hasn’t paused just because […]
There is currently no vaccine for COVID-19, but coping with the distress and emotional turmoil after this pandemic is going to take more than an injection or a pill. […]
Sometimes it’s packed with the latest in technology, sometimes filled with the automobile world, and other times the Convention Center hosts the L.A. Art Show, one of the largest […]
On a recent quiet night in Los Angeles, a crowd of people sat outside the Chinese American Museum underneath a clear sky intimately lit by a few red paper […]
There’s something special about an event that people attend for no one but themselves. For cosplayers, the Los Angeles Comic Con, formerly known as Comikaze Expo and Stan Lee’s […]
If you’re interested in Asian American art, music and performance, then look no further—the 20th annual APAture Festival has it all. A multidisciplinary arts festival presented by Kearny Street […]
You know when you see a Noguchi coffee table. It’s comprised of three simple components: two vaguely boomerang-esque wooden pieces whose pointed ends touch, balancing an incredibly heavy triangular […]
For the past 50 years, Comic-Con International has been the ultimate haven for nerds everywhere. From July 18 to 21, over 135,000 attendees are expected to attend Comic-Con’s various […]
In the primordial grime and goop of Instagram—a social media platform better known for cultivating bodacious “IG baddie” personalities—emerges a new kind of comic artist. At the forefront of […]