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Asian American Communities Correspondent
More Asian Americans live in L.A. County than any other county in the U.S. The communities are varied and complex and often invisible in the mainstream media. I tell the stories of recent immigrants and families who have been here for generations to answer the question: How do you navigate the intersection of being Asian and American and what impact does that have on L.A.’s future?
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Stories by Josie Huang
In recent months, the state has been accepting applications from regular Californians to join a commission that redraws voting maps. But the applicant pool has been disproportionately white and male.
The Trump administration says it’s ending a program designed to reunite Filipino World War II veterans with family. Their advocates say the policy change will be deeply felt in LA, home to the country’s largest Filipino American community.
James An never pictured he’d be doing this: kneeling on a wet sidewalk to help a shivering homeless man after a cold night of hard rain in Koreatown.
Protesters Killed A Plan For A Koreatown Homeless Shelter. But That's Just The Beginning Of The Story
Homelessness is up 86% in Koreatown. Here’s how the neighborhood has been responding.
In California, the important task of redrawing Congressional districts every 10 years is done by a panel of regular citizens.
News that the White House plans to detain undocumented migrant children in Fort Sill, Oklahoma has brought back painful memories for Japanese Americans.
Congressman Gil Cisneros and Asian American community leaders are encouraging his constituents to participate in the Census.
Southern California is home to hundreds of churches started by Asian American immigrants. For some younger members, these churches are too conservative. Progressive churches, typically with largely white congregations, aren’t always the right fit either.
The first pilgrimage to Manzanar was organized in 1969 by Japanese-American activists.
Reaching this benchmark is a traditional measure of longevity and readiness for syndication, and it looks to be increasingly uncommon, as networks move toward shorter episode orders.
Former UCLA students are part of an alleged test-cheating ring that saw them impersonating Chinese nationals.
Tens of thousands of people squeeze into Chinatown every year for the Golden Dragon Parade. It's an L.A. institution, one of the oldest and most popular events of its kind in the country.
The first time L.A.'s Chinese residents paraded before other Angelenos 125 years ago, it was a very different picture.
Media industry veteran Herb Scannell, who once led Nickelodeon and BBC Worldwide North America, will serve as Southern California Public Radio's new president and CEO beginning late February.
Media industry veteran Herb Scannell, who once led Nickelodeon and BBC Worldwide, North America, will serve as Southern California Public Radio’s new president and CEO beginning late February.