Asian Language Education on the Rise throughout America

by Olivia Waring
More schools across all educational levels are offering Chinese, Japanese, and Korean, as students seek alternatives to traditionally-taught European languages.

US-China Visa Deal Offers More than Just Economic Benefits

by Jonathan Gordon
In addition to boosting the domestic tourism industry and facilitating bilateral trade and investment, the recently announced US-China reciprocal visa arrangement will encourage opportunities for people-to-people interaction and spur greater cultural understanding between people of both...

California Enjoys Tastes of Taiwan

by Melissa Newcomb
Six Los Angeles County restaurants were recognized for serving authentic Taiwanese cuisine last month and more Taiwanese franchises are setting up shop in California as they expand into the US market.

Asian American Voter Turnout Trends

by Olivia Waring
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are a potentially influential yet largely ignored segment of the voting public.

The Case for an ASEAN Caucus in the US Congress

by Alex Forster
Only 26% of Congress members pay close attention to ASEAN in spite of its impact on the American economy. A Congressional Caucus would provide a focused, consistent and continuous forum for interaction between American legislators and ASEAN officials.

Chinese High Schoolers Increasingly Seek American Education

by Melissa Newcomb
In the last ten years, the number of international students from China enrolled in American private high schools has increased greatly. Exchange programs and visits to private schools, such as the one between Heritage Hall High School and Chongqing 29th Secondary School, reflect a growing...