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Vivian Lee is a staff writer for Pacific Ties Newsmagazine, and is in the process of finishing her degree in anthropology. She hopes to use her major in the fields of medicine and public health, but currently uses it to assure people that she is, in fact, a people person.

Friday, October 28, marked UCLA’s annual Pilipinx American History Month (PAHM) Festival.  The festival highlighted the different Pilipino organizations found on campus; celebrated the past and present; and featured traditional ...

In honor of May being Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, Pacific Ties and Asian Pacific Coalition (APC) are teaming up to featuring Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) Bruins. We’ll ...

Bad Rap, a documentary about four Asian-American rap artists’ aspirations to make it in the American music industry, held its West Coast premiere last Wednesday on April 27th at the ...

The documentary, directed by Salima Koroma and produced by Jaeki Cho, follows four rappers, Dumbfoundead, Awkwafina, Rekstizzy, and Lyricks, as they try to break into the hip-hop world.

When we hear about 'An American Soldier,' let's not just immortalize Danny Chen, but also Harry Lew, Brushaun X. Anderson, and those whose voices are not yet heard.

What happens when you raise concerns over celebrating the Year of the Monkey on the first day of Black History Month? A lot of t-shirts being pulled, a debate about ...

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