One Year After Atlanta Spa Shootings

There are so many challenging topics in Asia and about Asians and Asian Americans to bring to readers, and I don’t shy away from them here. How do we intend to change ourselves and others for the better if we don’t know how about the issues these groups are facing? Changes don’t have to be big; they can be small, like being an ally when a racial slur is hurled.

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Uyghur kids recall physical and mental torment at Chinese boarding schools in Xinjiang

This traumatically moving article is published on NPR. A portion will be posted here, so please visit NPR for the remainder of the story as well as viewing the photos that accompany the story. You can also listen to the story as it was heard on All Things Considered. Please know that by sharing their stories publicly, the family in the article is risking their lives.

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Victims of anti-Asian attacks reflect a year into pandemic

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Victims of anti-Asian attacks reflect a year into pandemic

By — Terry Tang, Associated Press

 Mar 2, 2021

Kelly Yang poses for photos, Thursday, Feb. 11, 2021, in Calabasas, Calif. Yang, an author of young adult books, was verbally attacked in a California park and told to go back to her country. Photo by Jae C. Hong/Associated Press
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Woman receives $7,000 compensation for housework in landmark Chinese divorce ruling

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Woman receives $7,000 compensation for housework in landmark Chinese divorce ruling

Zixu Wang and Adela Suliman and Xin Chen

February 24, 2021

HONG KONG — What’s the value of household chores, such as washing the dishes or vacuuming?

a person standing in a kitchen
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Federal Charges Against Stanford University Researcher Expanded

The press release below is from the Department of Justice. Visit the source to download Song’s indictment and other related documents.

Federal Charges Against Stanford University Researcher Expanded

Friday, February 19, 2021

Grand Jury Adds Obstruction, Alteration of Records, and False Statements to Visa Fraud Charges Against Visiting Researcher Alleged to Be Member of China’s People’s Liberation Army

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