elevASIAN is USC Annenberg’s first Asian American vertical. We aim to redefine what being “Asian American” means by highlighting untold perspectives, cultures and histories across the APIDA spectrum and beyond.
Leehwa Wedding & Traditional Korean Dress brings the formal Korean attire back in style by introducing a modern touch.
Shreya Ranganath connected with Kal Penn after his appearance at the L.A. Times Festival of Books for an exclusive conversation about his seriously funny new memoir, “You Can’t Be Serious.”
Both on stage and off, Tila dishes about his food journey, shows gratitude for those who came before him and expresses a deep love for Southeast Asian heritage.
Sherry Chang left the beauty industry, directing her talents toward gorgeous confections made with Korean rice cakes instead.
Nancy Liu provides an analysis of the cultural nuances in Michelle Yeoh’s latest film.
How to unravel the yoga industrial complex and cultivate a conscious practice.
Hawaii and pineapples. Many put two and two together but not every Hawaiian loves the sweet, tangy, tart, sugary, juicy fruit. For more, reporter Lutian Wang spoke with Isaac Vigila, a Native Hawaiian faculty member at USC.
Community leaders say split Orange County congressional district is a challenge. But you don’t have to be Asian to be an advocate, knowing and engaging with the community can lead to higher civic engagement.
Students nationwide reflect on the lasting impacts of anti-Asian violence as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
President Folt conferred degrees to the families of 33 former Nisei students.
As USC celebrates Holi on campus, Tannistha Sinha recalls childhood and university days in India, full of colorful merriment with family and friends.
Jonas Poher Rasmussen’s latest film revisits the meaning of ‘home’ to tell a refugee’s story in a new light and format.
The first Filipina White House Executive Chef empowers those who are historically underrepresented in the culinary field to pursue their dreams.
The Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef brings her customers into a whole new culinary experience every week with her signature sauces and onigiri dishes.
The documentary provides insight on the life and impact of renowned anime director Satoshi Kon. Emphasizing his surrealist, yet personal themes, the film celebrates the life of one of the most influential filmmakers in the animation industry.