Reddit post by alleged half-Korean teen mistreated by family for being white-passing is removed
Moderators of the popular subreddit “r/AmItheA**hole” (AITA) have taken down a post by an alleged biracial Korean and German user who ...
Facebook VP Naomi Gleit explores what it’s like to grow up fully both Asian and Jewish in America
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on Medium and reposted with permission.
Growing up in Brooklyn, I had a lot of friends ...
7 Blasians to Celebrate During Black History Month (and Every Other Month)
We often overlook the Black members of our Asian communities; in our home countries, biracial people historically have been cast out, and da...
Stop Erasing Naomi Osaka’s Blackness
Biraciality makes people uncomfortable. In society, we communicate narrow ideas of racial identity, as if identity can fit into distinct, na...
Meet the Biracial Basketball Star Who’s About to Become Japan’s First Drafted NBA Player
Born and raised in Japan to a Beninese father and a Japanese mother, Rui Hachimura knows what it feels like to have the spotlight on him.
South Korean Lawmaker Blasted For Saying ‘Koreans Prefer Vietnamese Women’
A South Korean official from the ruling Democratic Party of Korea recently made some remarks many have found to be demeaning against Vietna...
Does Being Part Asian Make Me Less Asian?
Deep down, I still want to learn Cantonese. My grandfather, who emigrated to the Dominican Republic in the early 60s, came from China. He qu...
Asian-Latino Americans Reveal the Challenges of Being Uniquely Biracial
Asian-Hispanic Americans go through different challenges that come with being multiracial, including being thrown a slew of insults.