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Media Releases, April 1, 2014

Media Releases, April 1, 2014

There’s plenty to love in this week’s Asian-American new release DVDs.

By Justin McCraw
Asian-Americans Choose Obamacare in California

Asian-Americans Choose Obamacare in California

Many more sign up than anticipated.

By Justin McCraw
Festivals: CAAM Fest 2014

Festivals: CAAM Fest 2014

Asian-American festival celebrates film, music and food: the trifecta of awesome.

By Justin McCraw
Harry Shum Jr. Engaged

Harry Shum Jr. Engaged

Hawaiian proposals.

By Justin McCraw
The Gay Men Project Launches Kickstarter Campaign [Update]

The Gay Men Project Launches Kickstarter Campaign [Update]

Campaign to catalog gay men around the world looks to expand with new fundraising initiative.

By Justin McCraw
Zack Love Put Sex in the Title

Zack Love Put Sex in the Title

An Asian-American with sex appeal? Who knew.

By Justin McCraw
1970s Asian-American Activists Highlighted in New Exhibition

1970s Asian-American Activists Highlighted in New Exhibition

Explore the movement’s roots as Asian Americans fought for an identity.

By Justin McCraw
Media Releases, Feb. 11, 2014

Media Releases, Feb. 11, 2014

The music may have run out, but we found one DVD to tide you over till next week.

By Justin McCraw
Welcome to the New Dumpling

Welcome to the New Dumpling

Dumpling turns two and sports a relaunched website with plenty of spiffy features.

By Justin McCraw
Jason Chu Grows Up

Jason Chu Grows Up

Jason Chu’s latest album isn’t one to miss.

By Justin McCraw
Dara Shen: National Champion

Dara Shen: National Champion

Growing up through bullying and a whitewashed landscape, Dara Shen finds she has what it takes to be a champion.

By Raytevia Evans
Who to Watch at Sochi

Who to Watch at Sochi

Asian-Americans come out to compete for Team USA at the Sochi Winter Olympics.

By Justin McCraw
Jason Chu Album Release Party Feb. 7

Jason Chu Album Release Party Feb. 7

Jason Chu releases latest album February 7 at Club Lure in L.A.

By Justin McCraw
Let Them Hear You Scream

Let Them Hear You Scream

Rapper Shin-B and songwriter JD Relic release their second single, “Scream,” with a new music video.

By Justin McCraw
Margaret Cho to Co-star in New Fox Comedy

Margaret Cho to Co-star in New Fox Comedy

Margaret Cho to co-star in new Tina Fey comedy for Fox.

By Justin McCraw
Vote For Your Favorite Authors of Color on Book Riot

Vote For Your Favorite Authors of Color on Book Riot

Book Riot looks for readers favorite authors of color.

By Justin McCraw
Actor Jamie Chung Engaged

Actor Jamie Chung Engaged

Jamie Chung engaged to Bryan Greenberg. Will make the cutest kids in the world.

By Justin McCraw
Help Bring Linsanity Film to Cleveland

Help Bring Linsanity Film to Cleveland

“Linsanity: The Movie” could be coming to Cleveland, but it needs some help to get there.

By Justin McCraw
3.1 Phillip Lim for Target

3.1 Phillip Lim for Target

Phillip Lim and Target team up to deliver affordable high-fashion designs to the masses.

By Justin McCraw
The Oliver Tree

The Oliver Tree

Oliver Tree Nickell might scare you, but his snyth- and pyschedelic-inspired music will leave you in comforted melodic bliss.

By Justin McCraw
Man From Reno Reaches Kickstarter Goals

Man From Reno Reaches Kickstarter Goals

“Man From Reno,” director Dave Boyle’s latest film, is a mystery thriller that’s just reached its Kickstarter funding level.

By Justin McCraw
Asian Americans Want in on Immigration Reform

Asian Americans Want in on Immigration Reform

Hispanics aren’t the only ones affected by immigration reform, as millions of Asian Americans contribute to the immigrant pool each year.

By Matthew Seymour
San Diego Asian Film Festival Coming in November

San Diego Asian Film Festival Coming in November

Pacific Arts Movement’s San Diego Asian Film Festival returns for its fourteenth year with plenty of Asian media to sate even the most diehard of filmgoers.

By Matthew Seymour
Asian-American Film Festival Takes New York

Asian-American Film Festival Takes New York

Asian-American International Film Festival runs this weekend in New York City. See some great films from around the Asian world.

By Matthew Seymour
Asian-American Female Artists Garner Spotlight

Asian-American Female Artists Garner Spotlight

Asian-American women artists exhibition showcases wide range of talent, while exploring themes faced by this community.

By Matthew Seymour
Cleveland Asian Festival Brings New Vendors, Talent

Cleveland Asian Festival Brings New Vendors, Talent

Cleveland celebrates the fourth year of its Asian Festival with NBC’s “The Voice” semifinalist Cheesa.

By Justin McCraw
Amy Cao Makes Cooking Accessible to Everyone

Amy Cao Makes Cooking Accessible to Everyone

Amy Cao’s created a YouTube show that makes cooking accessible to anyone. And she’s about to move that concept to Cooking Channel TV.

By Whitney Donielson
Jason Chu Honors AAPI Heritage Month Through Spoken Word

Jason Chu Honors AAPI Heritage Month Through Spoken Word

In honor of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, rapper Jason Chu offers a fresh and reaffirming perspective on our heritage.

By Justin McCraw
White House Hosting Google Hangout to Kickoff AAPI Heritage Month

White House Hosting Google Hangout to Kickoff AAPI Heritage Month

Smithsonian director shares exhibits for this month’s celebration of Asian-American and Pacific Islander heritage.

By Justin McCraw
Asian-American Fraternity Under Fire for Racist Video

Asian-American Fraternity Under Fire for Racist Video

UC Irvine fraternity members release video in blackface.

By Justin McCraw