Woman standing in doorway
Rosamari Palerm transferred to a school in Miami last fall after her school shut down in the wake of Hurricane Maria. She’s returned home to San Juan, but some of her classmates have stayed, making new homes in Miami.
A man and a child peer out a window of a building. Next to them is a road sign that says "road closed"
Is the US safe for refugees? Canadians who say no think Canada may be breaking the law by ignoring the question.
Hurricane Harvey
I asked Silvia how surviving these disasters has changed her life. “A lot,” she said. “What we have today could be gone tomorrow. “
Man inside van sits next to coffin with Pakistan flag draped over, others standing nearby in close quarters
Sabika Sheikh was killed along with seven other classmates and two teachers at Santa Fe High School in Texas last May. Her cousin, Shaheera Jalil Albasit, wants to keep building peace.
Mahmood Salem and four of his children on a visit to Djibouti in November 2017.
Families in the Yemeni American community are in limbo as the travel ban limits who gets to enter the US.
Glady Lee
Glady Lee was 2 years old when her parents left the Philippines for the US, unable to take their children with them. The pain from that time can still feel raw.
Michael (Pierre Png) and Astrid (Gemma Chan)
Watching ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ this week? Here are some other perspectives on the island — that go beyond the uber-rich narrative.
Mother of the groom Eleanor Sung-Young (Michelle Yeoh)
It’s a rare big US studio film with an all Asian cast. But here’s why those with ties to Singapore’s local literary scene have mixed feelings about it.
Newlyweds Araminta (Sonoya Mizuno) and Colin
Three people who participated in the viral #CrazyRichAsiansCasting campaign earned their first ever parts in a big motion picture. Here’s why director Jon M. Chu thought it was necessary to scour the globe for Asian actors for “Crazy Rich Asians.”
Boarding school
It was the mid-1920s when Connie Reitman’s mother heard a knock on the door. A US official was there to inform her family that she would need to go to school hundreds of miles away.