Theresa Loong’s documentary about her father, Paul Loong, will air on PBS stations this weekend. She sent us a reporter’s notebook about the making of the film.
The rank and file membership of American labor unions is increasingly made up of immigrants. In this podcast Fi2W’s Cristina Pastor talks about the influence of Asians on organized labor.
Aswini Anburajan’s Indian immigrant parents set high standards for her and her younger sister. One sister followed the rules, the other defied them, with surprising results for the entire family.
A group of Filipino lawyers is providing free legal clinics to help their community navigate a complicated immigration system.
Asian immigrants in New York City continue to reel from the economic recession, particularly the aftermath of the housing market collapse.
Korean is one of 6 official languages that the census questionnaire can be completed in. That doesn’t mean counting Koreans in New York is easy.
After a decades-long fight, Filipinos who served in the U.S. Armed Forces in World War II see their claim recognized by the American government thanks to the Obama administration’s stimulus package.
By Ewa Kern-Jedrychowska, Polish Daily News and FI2W reporter [* Editor’s note: This article was amended to correct election results in the last paragraph.] John C. Liu’s victory in the race for New York City comptroller on Tuesday marks the…
This is an excerpt from a story on New America Media. Reproduced with permission. By New America Now TV. Anchor & Producer: Odette Keeley. Videographer & Master Editor: Mike Siv. Editor: Jeremiah Ysip. OAKLAND, Calif. — Many jazz artists and…
NEW YORK – Yan Tai, World Journal reporter As Election Day drew to an end, an Asian American watchdog group said there were more problems among Asian American voters than people thought. The Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund,…