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Drawing Boundaries Around Who Counts as Asian American: Asian Americans are now the fastest growing racial group in the country, with immigrants from South Asia fueling much of that growth. But are these fundamental shifts reflected in our understanding of who is Asian American?

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This is what Asian Americans really think about undocumented immigration: Despite media coverage of vocal first-generation Chinese Americans against sanctuary city policies, a recent study suggests that most Asian Americans want to support undocumented immigrants.

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The Evolution of My Name, My Identity: From “Bich Ngoc” to “Bach Knock” to “Big Knock” to Jenny and beyond — this is one woman’s journey to reclaim the ownership of her name and identity.

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Why are doughnut boxes pink? The answer could only come out of Southern California: Everyone in L.A. knows what that pink box signifies. But the story behind those boxes is seldom told — a story of a generation of Cambodian immigrants who created a cultural icon, starting in the 1970s.

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The Story of Patel Brothers, the biggest Indian Grocery Store in America: How brothers Mafat and Tulsi Patel started their first store in Chicago, and expanded into 51 locations.

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Remembering Hazel Lee, the First Chinese-American Female Military Pilot: Pioneering aviator Hazel Ying Lee was the first Chinese-American female pilot to fly for the United States military.

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Fresh off the Boat’s best season yet slyly dissected the American dream: Season three took on what it means to be an American citizen, and asks if success is finite.

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Hasan Minaj Took a Job No One Wanted: Hasan Minjaj’s star rose after an unlikely gig roasting President Trump. And you’re about to see a lot more of him, including his Netflix comedy special Homecoming King.

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Awkwafina Won’t Let You Forget Her Name:b You’ll be seeing a lot more of Nora Lum, aka Awkwafina, in high-profile roles in Ocean’s Eight and the film adaptation of Crazy Rich Asians.

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Kevin Kwan on the Crazy Rich Asians Movie and Why the Third Book Was the Easiest to Write: The final book of Kevin Kwan’s Crazy Rich Asians trilogy, Rich Kid Problems, is finally out. In this interview, Kwan reflects on writing, the pressures of making the movie with an all-Asian cast, and his plans for the future.

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Young Comic TV Showrunners From Left Field: Kulap Vilaysack, creator and showrunner for Seeso’s Bajillion Dollar Propertie$, is part of an emerging group of first-time series creators and showrunners — especially of comedies — who are younger, more diverse and more likely to come from outside the usual training ground of TV writers’ rooms.

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Aziz Ansari On ‘Master Of None’ And How His Parents Feel About Acting: Comedian Aziz Ansari, co-creator and star of Master of None, was on Fresh Air talking about growing up a non-religious Muslim, how his parents feel about acting on the show, and working with Lena Waithe on season two acclaimed “Thanksgiving” episode.

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Author: Marcus M. Wise

I love to spend my time online and on some outdoor activities that I like. I spend my weekends by going out with my friends and family. I also love to travel around the world if there a window for monetary budget. I have been into some exciting places and I am surprised to new things I saw.

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