Asian Americans


Smithsonian under fire for abrupt cancellation of Asian American literary festival

The institution cited “unforeseen circumstances”, leaving angry participants with debt and many unanswered questions

How Filipino American artist Carlos Villa poignantly visualised Asian American invisibility

The late artist’s large-scale work ‘First Impression’, on view in the Newark Museum’s exhibition of his work, offers a timely reflection amid a wave of racist violence directed at Asian Americans

National Asian Pacific American Museum one step closer to reality as US House of Representatives approves bill

The measure, which was approved by the lower house of Congress unanimously, now heads to the Senate

Art world: pay attention to anti-Asian abuse, activists urge

The alarming rise of hate crimes against Asian Americans is just part of a long history of discrimination in the US and elsewhere