Asian American History
Restored print of ‘Who Killed Vincent Chin?’ to screen at Academy Museum
A restored print of the 1987 crime documentary “Who Killed Vincent Chin?” will be screened at the Academy Museum in Los Angeles on Dec. 4.
Michelle De Pacina
Opinion: Sustaining the movement that Vincent Chin inspired
Editor’s note: Erika L. Moritsugu is Deputy Assistant to the President and Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Senio...
Erika L. Moritsugu
Detroiters to honor Vincent Chin 40 years after his death with 4-day event
Politicians and Asian American community leaders gathered at the intersection of Peterboro and Cass in Detroit’s Chinatown on Monday to rec...
Film & TV
‘Who Killed Vincent Chin’ documentary restored and preserved for history by National Film Registry
The 1987 documentary film “Who Killed Vincent Chin?” was recently inducted into the National Film Registry (NFR) of the Library of Congress ...
Chloé Zhao joins as executive producer on Helen Zia-approved TV project about Vincent Chin
“Eternals” and “Nomadland” director Chloé Zhao is set to oversee the development of a limited series based on the murder of Vincent Chin.
Two filmmakers spent 6 years studying Vincent Chin’s murder – Here’s why it’s so hard to prove a hate crime
The recent news of Robert Aaron Long’s plea deal in the murder of four Asian spa workers in Cherokee County, Georgia is a bittersweet triump...
Activist Helen Zia ‘Thrilled’ to Join Participant’s Creative Team in Developing Vincent Chin Series
Film production Participant is developing a scripted limited series inspired by the murder of Vincent Chin in an exclusive agreement with th...
Helen Zia Reveals Star-Studded Vincent Chin Podcast Never Reached Out to Her or the Chin Estate
Asian American activist Helen Zia revealed that the makers behind the star-studded podcast about the murder of Vincent Chin in 1982 never tr...
Gemma Chan’s Vincent Chin Podcast Drops, Stars Kelly Marie Tran and Remy Hii
A podcast co-produced by Gemma Chan that centers on the murder of Vincent Chin in 1982 is now available.
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Marilyn Fu, Destin Daniel Cretton Developing Limited Series Based on Vincent Chin’s Murder
Writer and producer Marilyn Fu is bringing Vincent Chin’s story to life in a limited series from Amazon Studios and First Look Media&#...
Gemma Chan is Producing a Podcast and Film on Vincent Chin’s Murder
Gemma Chan is partnering with A-Major Media and M88 to produce a podcast and a subsequent feature film based on the murder of Vincent Chin.
Legendary Activist Helen Zia to Create TV Series on Vincent Chin’s Horrific 1982 Murder
A limited television series based on the 1982 murder of Chinese American Vincent Chin is in the works from renowned author and activist Hele...
Black and Chinese Community in SF Join Together to Remember the Murder of Vincent Chin
The Black and Chinese community in San Francisco came together in remembering Vincent Chin, a Chinese American who was viciously beaten to d...
40 Years Ago, Vincent Chin Was Murdered in Cold Blood For Being Asian
On June 27, 1982, friends and family were supposed to attend the wedding of Vincent Chin. They attended his funeral instead.
Vincent Chin wa...
Heather Johnson Yu