In 2023, both The Writers Guild of America and the Screen Actors Guild went on strike, halting the entertainment industry for several months.
Months after the devastating Lāhaina wildfires, the islands and its inhabitants are still reeling from the loss. But they’ll survive—just as they always have.
From lovelorn singles and smitten couples, here is what you should watch on February 14.
Who doesn’t love an ensemble cast? See who we envision for a remake of the 2010 classic.
Croon, scream, or cry along to these 12 songs from a variety of genres.
Calling all casting directors: Dave Bautista is your next romantic comedy star.
“The Summer I Turned Pretty” might not be your cultural reset, but it certainly is mine.
How an Apple TV+ series about a Korean family’s struggles sheds light on love languages in pan-Asian culture.
A look back at the life of Koream Journal’s longest running editor.
The series kicks off its fourth season with an interview featuring special guest Payal Kadakia, founder of ClassPass.
Over a year into the #HateIsAVirus movement, Tammy Cho and Michelle Hanabusa are calling on all generations to participate.
Turn up the volume on these 10 AAPI-hosted talk shows, with subjects covering music, art, Tony Leung and much more.
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.
From the Hate Is A Virus activists to revered actresses, see what these AAPI women had to say about the recent anti-Asian attacks.
It’s impossible to escape the news of anti-Asian racism. Recently, a (now unemployed) Brentwood, Calif. realtor went viral after unleashing a racially-charged diatribe upon a mortified Asian American passerby. […]