Four living Chinese American veterans who served during World War II were awarded Congressional Gold Medals in Fresno, Calif., over the weekend.
Why this matters: Signed by former President Donald Trump in 2018, the Chinese American World War II Veteran Congressional Medal Act recognizes Chinese Americans for their dedicated service.
The estimated 20,000 Chinese Americans who fought under the American flag during World War II have been recently given official recognition by the United States Congress for their patriotism and service.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced its intention to terminate a parole program that intends to help Filipino World War II veterans and their families.
In an op-ed for The Hill published on Nov. 5., retired Major General Antonio Taguba has called out the decision to terminate the Filipino WWII Veterans Parole program.
Starting this semester, grade 11 history books in the San Francisco Bay Area will include information on the sacrifices of Filipino veterans during the second World War, filling a gap that has long been forgotten.
Cecilia Gaerlan, executive director of the Bataan Legacy Historical Society, hopes that this knowledge will eventually be available nationwide.
Dan Bilzerian, the savage king of Instagram, treated some lucky wounded veterans to an epic yacht party filled with half-naked women off the coast of Mexico.
Bilzerian posted the photo to his Instagram with the caption: