The Mixed Marrow film has been screened at dozens of film festivals and colleges since it was released. Learn more about how its raised awareness for bone marrow donors in the multiracial community.
I wrote about a group of UC Berkeley students who are publishing a cookbook of Asian postpartum recipes. Learn more about From Mothers to Mothers.
After six years of production, Jeff Chiba Sterns’ documentary Mixed Match will play at CAAMFest in San Francisco on March 12.
Sometimes, two stories come together. How my PRI article about the #RethinkYourAsianDrink boba tea campaign and a California bill for disaggregation of Asian Pacific Islander data came about.
Fortune telling meets mental wellness. How artists and writers raised over $20,000 for Asian American tarot cards to address mental health
What Silicon Valley Asian American mental health professionals tare saying about the cultural angle in dealing with the Palo Alto suicides.
24-year-old graduate student Lara Casalotti, who is Asian-white mixed race, needs a bone marrow donor. Because of her mixed racial background (her ethnic background is Chinese, Thai and Italian), her best chances of finding a suitable match would be from a person who has a similar genetic makeup. Lara is currently undergoing chemo for […]
When it comes to food allergies and Asian Americans, how much do we really know? In a culture where food often means love, how is this epidemic impacting families?