North Korea Protest Chinese Video For Compromising King Jong Un's Dignity

Koream Journal, News Report, Posted: Jul 21, 2014

It has only been about a week since North Korea filed a U.N. complaint to ban The Interview, an American comedy about a producer and talk show host’s attempt to assassinate Kim Jong-un.

 

Graphic Novelist Breaks Boundaries with Multimedia Approach

 

Asian Fortune, Question & Answer, Amanda Andrei, Posted: Jul 18, 2014

Graphic novelist Nguyen Khoi Nguyen doesn’t limit himself to paper and pen – he uses music and animation as well.

'Harold & Kumar" To Become an Animated Series

 

Koream Journal, News Report, Posted: Jul 15, 2014

Those of you who’ve enjoyed the antics of stoner-duo Harold and Kumar over the years can sit back, light one up, and look forward the Harold and Kumar animated series, set to air on Adult Swim.

 

A Dashing Return of the First Asian American Superhero

 

PRI's The World, Commentary, Bradley Campbell, Posted: Jul 05, 2014

In "The Shadow Hero," Hank Chu just wants to help run his family's grocery store. But his mother pushes him to be a superhero.

Ruby Dee, Famed Actress and Activist, Dies

 

Washington Informer, News Report, Posted: Jun 12, 2014

Dee's daughter, Nora Davis Day, told the Associated Press on Thursday that her mother died at home in New Rochelle on Wednesday night.

Korean Language Spikes in Global Popularity Thanks to K-Dramas

 

Koream, News Report, Posted: Jun 02, 2014

The incredible popularity of K-dramas around the world is doing more than putting Korean stars on the global stage. These shows are also driving the demand among foreigners to learn the Korean language.

 

Maya Angelou: A Phenomenal Woman Passes On

 

The Root, News Report, Monée Fields-White, Posted: May 28, 2014

Maya Angelou was a Renaissance woman whose life inspired six autobiographies, including I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.

Maya Angelou, Famed Poet and Author, Dies at 86

 

Washington Informer, News Report, Posted: May 28, 2014

Maya Angelou, 86, renowned poet and novelist, has died Wednesday morning at her North Carolina home.

 

New Book Explores Racism and the U.S. Secret Service

 

The NorthStar News, Interview, Frederick Lowe, Posted: May 25, 2014

Abraham Bolden Sr., the first African-American Secret Service agent assigned to the White House, discusses his new book, Echoes from Dealey Plaza.

At Last! An Asian American Family Sitcom Is Coming To Television

 

Koream Journal, News Report, Posted: May 21, 2014

We’re talking about a show centered on an Asian American family, one that we can relate to, invest ourselves in and laugh with—not at.

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