As the 19th Amendment turns 100, three exhibitions in Washington explore the contentious — and unfinished — struggle for voting rights.
The movie, about a grandmother who isn’t told she has cancer, led a Chinese-American writer to rethink his own family’s “good lie,” rooted in a tradition that prizes harmony.
The New York Times invited Asian-American authors to choose photos from our archives and write short young-adult fiction inspired by them.
John Okada’s 1957 novel about a Japanese-American draft resister has been republished by Penguin Classics, raising questions over its ownership.
Asian-American couples don’t get to have sex in Hollywood movies. Randall Park and Ali Wong wrote “Always Be My Maybe” anyway.
The award-winning poet makes his fiction debut with “On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous.”
He talks about taking the lead — this spring, in a documentary and “The Twilight Zone” — and whether “Harold & Kumar” has smoked its last joint.
A Carnegie Hall performance by the superstar pianist and the duo Igudesman & Joo raised questions about comedy based on stereotypes.
Her knack for domestic engineering in her stories have found commercial success. Now she’s using that power to give other writers a boost.