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A Seattle musician made a song using sounds recorded on SIA’s A350 plane – and the result is genius

The new music track includes a recording of a mid-flight announcement by a Singapore Girl.
People from diverse backgrounds have come together to protest police violence in America.

There’s a growing debate over who qualifies as a ‘person of color’ — who is and isn’t included?

Some people say that Asian people aren't "people of color," but others say that idea plays into toxic stereotypes.
88Rising CEO Sean Miyashiro, center, is betting on viral Asian hip-hop stars such as Nikki, left, and Rich Brian, right.

A 3-year-old shape-shifting startup founded by a Vice alum is betting on viral Asian hip-hop stars to be the future of the entertainment industry

88Rising is an entertainment company that combines a record label with a creative agency, a video-production house, and an artist-management agency.

Bill de Blasio has a plan that would destroy New York City’s elite high schools

Opinion: Earlier this month, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio wrote an op-ed explaining his vision for reforming the admissions process for eight of the city's elite, prestigious high schools. It's the wrong solution.

Asian-Americans share stories of racism after a New York Times editor was told to ‘go back to China’

New York Times journalist Michael Luo talks about the feeling of "otherness" that some Asian-Americans feel — despite having been born in America.

Survey: Hillary Clinton has a 4-to-1 lead over Donald Trump among one key voting bloc

Hillary Clinton is holding a 41-point lead over Donald Trump among Asian-American voters.

Asians — not Hispanics — are going to become the biggest immigrant group in the US

A new Pew study shows a major shift is occurring in immigration trends.

The US government just found Princeton actually doesn’t discriminate against Asians

Two different complaints accused the Ivy League university of discriminating against Asians and Asian-Americans.

The Princeton Review’s pricing method has a terrible impact on Asians, study finds

There is a nearly $2,000 difference in the highest and lowest prices for the Princeton Review "Premiere" SAT prep course.