This APAHM, get to know some of the organizations dedicated to the welfare of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in L.A. county.
There’s one month left to apply to the writing program, which will provide a platform for Asian Pacific narratives and creators.
The market measuring firm plans to partner with minority-owned media companies to assist in funding diverse projects.
The Twitter and Instagram pages will put the spotlight on global Asian talent from Netflix projects.
The new design is part of the American Women Quarters Program, which honors pioneering women from the nation’s history.
Find out which viral YouTube production is getting a sequel, which musician made their directorial debut and which AAPI Olympians made history.
Find out which world-famous DJ created a “Snake Eyes” inspired clothing line, which pianist released their debut album and which AAPI skateboarder just won the X Games.
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.
See an eccentric artist get his own FX show, why successful Asian women are in an exclusive webcomic and how a fashion designer is using his latest collection to bring attention to Chinatown.
Learn how TikToker Kim Saira used her platform to start a petition against “The Late Late Show”’s “Spill Your Guts” segment, which soccer player made history in the English Premier League and Bowen Yang’s comedy podcast in the works with Audible.
Watch a new boy band wows AGT judges, the latest movies and TV series to come out and Alexander Wang unveil his latest collection in a unique way.
The Illinois Senate and President Biden are taking steps to combat anti-Asian hate, Hayley Kiyoko releases a first self-directed music video and 10-year-old singer goes viral on “America’s Got Talent.”