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No matter the home decor task ahead, you can create a space you love while also doing your part to support the AAPI community.
If you’re looking to study up on the horror classics (seriously, this is something you should do if you want to understand half the references Jordan Peele makes in his movies), you could do a lot worse than sifting through Netflix’s horror lineup. The streamer has a hearty mix of Stephen King adaptations, foreign horror, the best of A24’s frights, and the occasional B movie. More and more lately, too, Netflix has been pumping out some genuinely great originals in the genre.
You may be wondering what you can do to help the Asian and Asian-American communities given the attacks. Here are some key facts you should know.
Show up for the AAPI community.
Peach & Lily founder Alicia Yoon opens up about what the beauty industry can do to fight Asian hate—and why it's so crucial that brands take a stance.
After receiving his biggest tip yet, a journalist sets out to uncover the details about former President of South Korea Lee Myung-bak slush accounts. Okja is a 2017 movie from the Academy Award winning director of Parasite, Bong Joon-ho. The movie centers around super pig Okja, bred by the Mirando Company and raised on a South Korean farm by the young Mija.
The month of May marks two particularly significant events for AAPI community in the United States.
"It was more about having autonomy over and gaining autonomy over those situations and using my art to do so," Takenaka said of the audio clips.
We CAN'T WAIT to get back to Serenity!
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
In the wake of increased anti-Asian hate crimes, supporting the Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) community is more important than ever. While many are taking to the streets protesting anti-Asian hate, others are donating to worthy organizations, like the Asian Pacific Fund COVID-19 Recovery Fund, Stop AAPI Hate, and Asian Americans Advancing Justice, as […]
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The 38-year-old actress recalls instances of racism and calls the model minority myth "bulls***."
The month of May has been designated since 1992 as Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in the U.S. It's a month of observance and celebration of the countless achievements and contributions of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) people in all facets of American life, including literature and the arts. This year, AAPI Heritage Month feels especially poignant, not only because we are still in the midst of a pandemic, but because we are still processing the senseless acts of violence and increased number of reported hate crimes toward members of the AAPI community. Despite the uptick in coverage of these issues that are due in large part to the work of activists like Amanda Nguyen, many AAPI people say that support — from both non-Asian peers and the system at large — is severely lacking.
The New York City Police Department said a person approached two Asian women and "demanded they remove their masks" before hitting one with a hammer.
This Jennifer Aniston movie, Love Happens , is reminding us why we’ve always admired the Friends alum.If the...
Shopping and supporting Asian-owned fashion brands has never been easier.
The streaming services has greenlit hundreds of scripted series. See every Netflix original TV show that was ended after a single season.
The Vietnamese-born American actress opens up about "healing" her body and mind during the pandemic.