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Lauren Ho’s latest novel follows a career-driven woman who finds a surprising match on a co-parenting website.
Here are 11 books that will help you ring in this year’s Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.
Jesse Q. Sutanto is back, with a celebratory follow-up to “Dial A for Aunties.”
The cookbook will feature Korean dessert recipes using gluten-free ingredients, as well as select editorial spreads.
Check out these women-centric, AAPI-created webcomics to celebrate this Women’s History Month.
Published by HarperCollins, the book is available for purchase starting today, March 1.
The multigenerational drama, based on the family epic by Min Jin Lee, will premiere March 25 on Apple TV+.
The second novel from “The Tiger Mom’s Tale” author Lyn Liao Butler does focus on love, but maybe not the kind you expect.
The future is still uncertain as we march on to another year of social distancing and booster shots, but at least we have books—and what books they are.
New York Times bestselling author Chloe Gong has delivered a sequel even more fiery and suspenseful than “These Violent Delights.”
The book discusses Penn’s work in the White House and his life as the son of first-generation immigrants to America.
Celebrate Bowen Yang’s historic Emmy nomination, take a look at what’s new in the DC Extended Universe and Naomi Osaka’s latest milestones.
Find out which AAPI actors and musicians were invited to join the Academy, which model made his acting debut in “Gossip Girl” and how Japanese animators are reimagining the classic “Star Wars” franchise.
Find out how Riz Ahmed is continuing his mission to increase Muslim visibility in film & TV, which new Sandra Oh project just released a sneak peek and how Sesame Street is combating anti-Asian bullying with a new initiative.