Joanne Molinaro, a vegan food blogger known as The Korean Vegan, has responded to a string of racist messages following her response to someone telling her to “get Korea to stop eating dogs.”
An immigrant couple running an organic vegan restaurant in California might be forced to return to Japan if they do not meet target sales required for the renewal of their visas.
Akira and Ana built VegiLicious, located in Huntington Beach, from a $200,000 capital in 2013 to “help better the situations for people, animals and the planet.”
A pho restaurant chain owned by Stephen and Juliette Wall in the U.K. went viral in 2013 for trademarking the word “pho” and attempting to sue a smaller Vietnamese business who used the word in their name.
Recently, the White-owned Vietnamese restaurant has come under fire again for their new menu, which includes carb-free courgette (zucchini) and butternut squash noodle pho, cauliflower “rice” bowls, and other vegan and gluten-free dishes.
Vegan Man Gets Annihilated By Asians After Saying Hot Pot Looks Like ‘Leftover Dishwater’ on Twitter
An Australian musician has earned the collective ire of Asian netizens after dissing a popular Asian dish on social media.
“I Killed The Prom Queen” guitarist Jona Weinhofen recently posted an image of a Chinese hot pot on Twitter with the caption: “Meat eaters be like ‘vegan food looks and tastes gross’ And then eat something that looks like leftover dishwater.”
A materials engineer in Berkeley, California, is vying to become America’s “Sexiest Vegan Next Door.”
Rainbow colored rolls are the growing trend among sushi lovers on Instagram.
No, we’re not talking about the assorted rainbow roll that consists of a California roll topped with sashimi — we’re talking about a multi-color explosion on a sushi feast.
A blogger and author of a new memoir is speaking out on the harm caused to her body by her formerly vegan diet.
Jordan Younger is the 25-year-old behind The Balanced Blonde, her popular blog on which she used to extoll the benefits of veganism.
There’s some news that vegans and vegetarians everywhere should know: Plants are smart enough to know when they are being eaten and take action to stop it because they obviously don’t want to die.
According to a 2014 study conducted by researchers at the University of Missouri, plants have the intelligence to feel the specific vibrations caused from pests eating them and react to ward off or kill them by releasing a mildly toxic chemical to stop them.