Today is National Coming Out Day. In this International Examiner feature, Mike Chin shares his experience as a "double minority".
Financial scamming of elders of color is on the rise. What can be done by individuals and advocates to help prevent this insidious form of elder abuse?
San Franciscans mourn the closing of the historic Sam Wo restaurant last Friday, but could there be hope for a re-opening?
Growing exercise options for Muslim American women challenge stereotypes while recognizing the importance of faith.
Higher rates of problem gambling in the Asian American community can have devastating consequences on finances, family -- and have even led to violence.
"Birthing Centers" are popping up in the US to cater expectant Asian parents aiming for Year of the Dragon birth.
Sandip Roy explains why the dialing back of American exceptionalism in President Obama's 2012 State of Union address is a good thing.
A report from San Francisco State University and the Burma Refugee Family Network finds that 60 percent of refugees from Myanmar in Oakland are living in extreme poverty.
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