His novel of generational and cultural conflict among Chinese immigrants became a hit Broadway musical and then a film that earned five Oscar nominations.
As waves of immigrants from Taiwan, Hong Kong and China arrived in Lower Manhattan, Bud Glick documented Chinatown and provided much needed detail and context for a community often reduced to clichés.
Changes to “The Nutcracker” are part of a broader effort to re-examine how people of color are portrayed in the performing arts.
Chinese officials haven’t given their blessing to showing the popular movie in China, and it may not resonate there anyway because of cultural differences.
A how-to for one of the best city pools, and a doozy of a cultural event in Chinatown.
The life and death of Pvt. Danny Chen, who killed himself after being brutally hazed in Afghanistan, is the subject of “An American Soldier.”
Lauren Hilgers’s “Patriot Number One” offers a detailed and close-up look at immigration through one man’s experience.
A Hollywood studio artist, painter, printmaker, calligrapher and maker of fantastical kites, Mr. Wong was one of the most celebrated Chinese-American artists of the 20th century.
Mr. Huang of “Fresh Off the Boat” fame is wry and zippy in his second memoir, “Double Cup Love,” about parallel quests for love and acceptance.