The Standard’s new poll found that 67% of Asian voters were in favor of the recall, which was significantly higher than other racial groups.
The first Asian American judge in Northern California’s history played an integral role in uplifting the community in San Francisco.
Grow SF, one of San Francisco’s most politically active nonprofits, is taking down a billboard attacking Supervisor Gordon Mar because of errors in a translation to Chinese.
‘We Are Bruce Lee,’ a new exhibit at the Chinese Historical Society of America, illuminates the life and legacy of the San Francisco-born actor, teacher and cultural ambassador.
City leaders call for a more coordinated framework to support crime victims as Asian American residents face hate crime surge.
The former Golden Gate Heights resident, who is of Chinese and Japanese descent, is a veteran political staffer in the federal government.
Several Chinatown-based nonprofits, including Self-Help for the Elderly, Chinese for Affirmative Action and Chinatown Community Development Center, were selected to receive grants.
Candidates in the race to represent the eastern half of San Francisco in the state Assembly believe the city’s Asian American voters will be the deciding factor.
A resolution to condemn anti-Asian campaign tactics makes no mention of the DA Chesa Boudin recall and recent images attacking him.
The mind-bending film is the second major Hollywood production to debut at The Castro in recent months.