Vietnamese Coffee at the Smallest Town in the United States

by Christopher Feddersen
Joining East and West, Don Sammons, a Vietnam veteran who settled in and purchased the tiny town of Buford, Wyoming in 1992, has sold the town to a Vietnamese entrepreneur named Nguyen Dinh Pham.

Latest Edition of "Korea Matters for America" Launched at Capitol Hill Event

by Alex Forster
The latest edition of the Korea Matters for America/America Matters for Korea publication was launched on Wednesday, December 11th with an event on Capitol Hill in Washington. The publication includes analysis of trade and investment levels, mutual travel and tourism rates, student...

Asians and Immigration

by Damien Tomkins
Asians comprised almost 35 percent of the total number of naturalized U.S. citizens and over 40 percent of new legal permanent residents in 2012, according to data from the Department of Homeland Security.

Americans Abroad in ASEAN

by Christopher Feddersen
How many United States citizens live in Southeast Asia? This seemingly simple question turns out to be surprisingly difficult, if not impossible, to answer.

Why Immigration Is an Asian American Issue

by Damien Tomkins
Asian Americans strongly support immigration reform, with 58 percent in favor of a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.

Asians outnumber Hispanics among new immigrants to the US

by Damien Tomkins
Asians are now the fastest growing immigrant group in the United States, according to a new report by the Pew Research Center. The steady rise of Asian immigration has coincided with a precipitous drop in the number of immigrants from Latin America, especially Mexico. In 2009, the number...