By: Anna Almendrala – Huffington Post
Asian Americans officially have more reason to be extra-vigilant about their weight when it comes to diabetes risk.
As a group, Asian Americans are more …
By: Alanna Vagianos – The Huffington Post
If you’ve never heard of the social phenomenon “yellow fever,” vlogger and actress Joy Regullano explains it hilariously well in her YouTube series “White Fetish.”
To highlight the …
By: Alexis Kleinman – The Huffington Post
If you’re a black man or woman or Asian man, you’re going to have a tougher time getting a date on OKCupid.
By: Cathy Ngo – BuzzFeed
May 28, 2015
Alexander Wang, the refined designer with clean silhouettes.
Born in San Francisco, Alexander Wang moved to New York to begin his …
By: Vered Guttman – The Washington Post
When I came to live in America in 2005, the first place I shopped for groceries was the Giant at Van Ness Street …
By: Liz Jacobs
June 24, 2015
TED – The world’s population is getting older. Across the globe, people are living longer thanks to advances in healthcare, nutrition and technology. This population shift brings …
By: Rachel Belle – My Northwest
June 25, 2015
Harry Chan prepares egg foo young at his family’s Seattle International District restaurant, Tai Tung, the oldest remaining Chinese restaurant …
By: Joy Chu – Seattle Globalist
June 22, 2015
I wait impatiently in line, tapping my foot and hoping that I make it to the front before I die of …
By: Annie Corapi – Health.com
The Good: Dark leafy vegetables, fresh fruit, beans high in fiber, fish rich in omega-3, olive oil, and lentils are just some staples found in a …
By: Harry Bradford – The Huffington Post
Food. It comes in all shapes, sizes, flavors, aromas, and names. Ever wondered what the most popular cuisines are across the U.S.?