Kogonada Is Totally Fine with Never Finding Truth

Not that he still isn’t trying. ‘After Yang,’ the newest film from the rising auteur, is a poetic dive into A.I., consciousness and the search to feel something real — even if you’re an Asian android with a broken core

Is the ‘Boba Liberal’ Really a Race Traitor?

Born as a uniquely Asian-American way to critique shallow, performative politics, it’s now levied against those seen as helping others before their own

Eileen Gu Is Not Your Political Pawn

The 18-year-old skiing queen is soaring off her gold-medal performance. But why is the online discourse so full of racism, scolding and bizarre interpretations of her life?

The Troubling Rise of MRAsians

Asian Americans have been subject to oppression for generations in America, but extremely online Asian men are targeting women as the reason why they can’t get laid — and perpetuating self-hatred in the process