A Japanese with cancer appeal for ‘dumping’ of Fukushima contaminated water

“There are many residents like me who have been suddenly diagnosed with cancer…we need to stop the discharge of polluted water.” As Japan prepares to begin releasing contaminated water from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant this summer, a Japanese man who underwent cancer surgery and has been living in exile since the disaster has […]

Korean-American Netflix Star Arden Cho to be Keynote Speaker at McDonald’s First-Ever Education Summit for Asian American Students this Saturday 11/12

Asian Pacific American students today face more hurdles than ever before, with issues like attacks against Asians and the lack of mental well-being resources. To address the evolving needs of APA students, McDonald’s is hosting the first-ever APA Next Summit, a gathering of prominent industry leaders, celebrities and students to discuss topics that are top-of-mind […]

Asian Leadership in Detroit (1) – Sandra Yu Stahl

Chief Procurement Officer to manage purchasing and contracting for the City of Detroit Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan announced on Aug. 11 the appointment of Sandra Yu Stahl as Chief Executive Officer of the Procurement Department, which will oversee purchasing and contracting for the city government. As head of the General Services Department, Stahl had been […]

TONIGHT: “Who Killed Vincent Chin?” National PBS Broadcast at 10 PM

Academy Award nominated“Who Killed Vincent Chin?”airs tonight on PBS at 10 p.m. ET The newly restored film, documenting Vincent Chin’s brutal murder and the Asian American civil rights movement it inspired, is being broadcast to mark the 40th anniversary of this tragic event. A legacy title from POV’s archives, “Who Killed Vincent Chin?” makes its encore broadcast […]

Are All Asians Rich?…

Are all Asians rich?

“When Indians make $120,000, Koreans make $70,000″ There is a stereotype that Asian Americans are wealthy and highly educated, but it turns out that income and education vary widely depending on the country of origin. According to a recent survey by the Pew Research Center, the median annual income of Asian Americans in 2019 was […]


Annual Leadership Summit 2022 by CAPA On Saturday, May 7, 2022, from 9 am to 12:30 pm, Council of Asian Pacific Americans (CAPA) will host “2022 CAPA Annual Leadership Summit: Leading From Your Cultural Values” virtually.Click here to view and download the Leadership Summit event flyerCAPA’s mission is to unite Asian Pacific Americans and the community-at-large […]

 Korea-American Women’s Association of the USA Hosted National Convention and Next-Generation Leadership Conference

Korea-American Women's Association Hosted National Convention and Next-Generation Leadership Conference

Korea-American Women’s Association of the USA Hosted National Convention and Next-Generation Leadership Conference The Korean-American Women’s Association of the USA (President Silvia Patton) held the national convention and next-generation conference at the Hilton Washington Hotel in Virginia from April 2nd to 4th. The conference was a success with 160 members and 22 students participated from […]

Recently retired faculty member creates new endowment for FSHN students to study abroad

Won O. Song, Ph.D., MPH, RDN

Abbey Miller, abmiller@msu.edu – February 24, 2022 Won O. Song, Ph.D., MPH, RDN, a recently retired faculty member from the MSU Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition (FSHN), has established a new endowed fund to provide scholarships for FSHN undergraduate students to study abroad. Administered through the MSU Office for Education Abroad, study abroad programs allow students an […]

Korean Americans denouncing Asian Hate Crime thru Soccer Tournament

The 2022 Korean American Soccer Tournament

April 16th in New Jersey The 2022 Korean American Soccer Tournament(2022 KAST), in which 8 universities across the country participate, will be held on April 16th at Superdome Sports located in Waldwick, New Jersey. The preparatory committee said that the team of George Washington University, New York University, Boston University, Boston College and University of […]

Statistics on Asian Hate

Statistics on Asian Hate

According to National Report through Dec. 21 2021 From March 19, 2020 to December 31, 2021, a total of 10,905 hate incidents against Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) persons were reported to Stop AAPI Hate. Of the hate incidents reflected in this report, 4,632 occurred in 2020 (42.5%) and 6,273 occurred in 2021 (57.5%). […]