Hawaii-raised Asian actor Conrad Pratt has been making waves in Hollywood after starring in Mark Toia’s online streaming service film Monsters of Man. Pratt’s passion to create more representation for the LGBTQ and the BIPOC community in the entertainment industry shines through.
Unless you’ve been cut off from the outside world, you’ve probably heard about HBO Max’s newest reality show – House of Ho. The show based in Houston is centered on a Vietnamese family who amassed a real estate empire.
Love music from Asian artists? Then you’d want to tune in to 88Rising, the first 24-hour broadcast radio channel in North America that will showcase All-Asian music from around the world.
If you’re a big celebrity follower, you’ve probably heard about Cameo. This platform has been expanding access to celebrities since 2017. This pandemic, Cameo has exploded in popularity and more Asian stars have joined its ranks. If you’re curious about the top Asian celebs on Cameo, keep on reading.
In the eyes of their fans, the most followed figures on TikTok have gone past beyond celebrity status. These TikTok stars have millions of followers under their belt and many have cemented their fame by creating funny skits, lip-sync videos and duets.
Chloe Zhao’s drama Nomadland is now considered by critics as one of the best films of the year. The director is poised to become the first-ever Asian woman to be nominated for Best Director at the Academy Awards.
A critically acclaimed family drama about Korean immigrants in the US is being touted as an Oscar contender after “Parasite” broke down barriers to non-English-language movies winning the highest-profile accolades.
Demie Cao just released her new EP “Thicker Lines” featuring songs like Rari, Sage, and Yung. We caught up with the LA-based singer-songwriter and rapper to talk about her new EP and her blossoming career.
Hulu’s Monsterland is unlike any other. The anthology show is bringing a new meaning to the word “horror,” star Trieu Tran portrays the ultimate hodgepodge of immigrant fear, wishful thinking, and sadness.
Now more than ever, being part of the United States electorate has become a priority for all of its citizens – including millions of Asian-Americans. First Vote shows not only the voting behavior of Asian Americans, but also how it is connected to voting rights, immigration, and racial justice.
Andrea Barrica is one of the most trailblazing Filipinas today. But looking at her upbringing, one would never expect her to become a pioneer in sex tech. Get to know Barrica and her impressive journey to educate others on topics many consider taboo.
US authorities have charged a New York police officer with espionage, accusing him of gathering information about the city’s Tibetan community for the Chinese government.
In just a few months, watching Holiday movies will be everyone’s favorite source of entertainment. Lifetime recently greenlighted two major movie projects including A Sugar & Spice Holiday, which features an Asian American family.
Only a few jobs in the world can rival the whispers Playboy Bunnies get, both controversial and not. The second Asian American Playmate, Gwen Wong Wayne, recounts her incredible experiences working as a Bunny in the 60s and 70s, and shares her life today.
Asian Pop-Up Cinema proves their strong dedication to movie buffs despite the pandemic by launching a new initiative for their 5th anniversary. The festival’s season 11 boasts a new way of showcasing their impressive 22-movie lineup.