When confronted with racism, can immigrants turn it on end and make it into an advantage? Louise Hung argues exploiting stereotypes can be a survival tactic.
Chinatowns were once ghettos, and now they’re gentrifying tourist attractions. What does this mean for ethnic identity in America?
A week of PR screwups has Philippa Willitts wondering if anyone managed to come out ahead in the United-Pepsi-Nivea-Spicer smackdown.
After casting Eurasian actor Henry Golding in its leading role, Crazy Rich Asians is raising questions about what it means to be ‘Asian enough.’
Before the US tried to ban Muslims, before it incarcerated Japanese civilians, it excluded Chinese immigrants with racist policies.
With the triggering of Article 50, Britain is facing a calamity.
Comparisons between the US and other fascist regimes are natural, but in the US, this phenomenon will take on uniquely evangelical traits.
Handwringing over whether it’s acceptable to punch Nazis skips a larger conversation about the comparative efficacy of violent and nonviolent resistance.
2016 is a year that couldn’t end soon enough for some—others, however, are trying to make sure it never does.
The myth that Chinese people are constantly on a quest to devour your beloved pets is a pernicious example of anti-Asian racism that just won’t die.