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The administration and Congress under President Obama is more diverse than ever. In our latest issue of Pacific Ties (available soon online), Elizabeth Park reports on seven prominent Asian Pacific ...

February is drawing to a close and Pacific Ties has pushed out yet another fantastic issue.  Fellow online friends and strangers, we have arrived. If ...

Most schools have a journalism department.  They have professors who are renowned journalists, teaching lecture classes of eager students who are equally eager to get ...

In an announcement on Feb. 21, five Los Angeles Asian communities learned that they would be dividing amongst them approximately $500,000, which is to be ...

For those of us in the LA area, the Japanese American National Museum holds historical tours of Little Tokyo at the end of each month.  ...

I love the comics section of the LA Times, except for one thing: the dearth of cartoon heroes of color. I appreciate the inclusion of ...

Winter 2009: The Dialogue Issue will officially be out the week of Feb. 23! That’s right, we’re writing about conversation with a feature on blogs! ...

Being Asian has nothing to do with it. That’s the message that Kollaboration 9, a talent show that celebrates Asian American empowerment through the arts, ...

For last quarter’s issue, Ray Luo wrote an article exploring the East West Players’ production of “The Joy Luck Club.” The theater company’s next production, ...

Happy Valentine’s Day!  Want to break out of the ol’ chocolate and roses routine?  Try out these API-inspired dessert recipes, courtesy of IMDiversity.com. Bring these ...

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