Once a de facto embassy for Chinese immigrants in the US, the Chinatown association faces declines in membership, finances and influence, eclipsed by other service organisations.
For many Chinese-Americans, eating Cantonese food was a way to connect with their heritage. Young Chinese-American chefs and bakers are taking foods from their childhood and giving them a modern spin.
Interpersonal relationships might be one of the most effective mechanisms for shaping China’s image. Even if those relationships are made through Chinese individuals critical of their own government, China might benefit in the long term.
The first Chinese to arrive in Britain in the late 18th century set themselves up in Limehouse, East London, where they built a thriving community, despite the lurid image painted of them by the gutter press.
Zhao made history as the first Asian woman to win the Oscar for best director, but how exactly did she conceive of her award-winning film, and how did she get where she is today?
Hosts Michelle Hunziker and Gerry Scotti apologise, saying they have received death threats in a ‘wave of hatred’.
The “I Am Hong Konger” campaign aims to boost recognition of an identity that organisers say is under threat of erasure.
The appointment of Erika Moritsugu follows complaints by Asian-American lawmakers over lack of representation in the cabinet, with some threatening to block nominees.
Sue Cheung’s humorous book Chinglish has received critical acclaim, but writing it meant revisiting the often unpleasant experience of growing up in her family’s Chinese takeaway in the UK, and the brutal violence meted out by her otherwise uncommunicative father.
The ‘red notice’ seeks the arrest of Shanghai-born US citizen Qinxuan Pan for the fatal shooting in New Haven, Connecticut in February.
Ji’s husband, Joseph Elledge, was charged in February 2020 with first-degree murder in her death.
Temple University academic Xi Xiaoxing, his wife and young daughters were handcuffed at their home after he was accused of giving trade secrets to China, but the charges were later dropped.
The 65-year-old woman was walking in midtown Manhattan on Monday afternoon when a man came up to her and kicked her in the stomach, knocking her to the ground.
A dance trio from Hong Kong watched their city in turmoil but could not get a sense of how it felt until they returned and gained fresh inspiration. An illustrator looked to its most famous son for inspiration.
Whether in Victoria, Canada or England’s rain-soaked Manchester, descendants of Chinese immigrants have made their mark far beyond the realm of restaurants.