Tim Hwang- tech entrepreneur who wants to change the world - A Forbes 30 Under 30, Tim Hwang started his company, FiscalNote, in college with his friends. Six years later, the start-up firm has transformed into a global tech and news company that helps others understand government data.
/r/asianCoronavirus Racism: Stop attacking the people from Northeast India | The Quint - Northeast Indians have been racially attacked across India after the Coronavirus outbreak. Incidents have taken place in Pune, Delhi, Bengaluru & Gujarat. Actor Tenzin Dalha opens up on these racist attacks.
/r/asianThe Coronavirus’s Impact on Chinatown | The New Yorker - In the days before all restaurants were ordered to be take-out or delivery only, the New Yorker staff writer Jiayang Fan visited her favorite Chinatown establishments to see how they were faring.
/r/asianWhen you get an actual Navy SEAL to play Call of Duty
/r/asianRediscovering an 80-Year-Old Family Recipe for Rice Cake: Gooey, chewy, and fluffy all at once, sweet rice cakes are a popular snack across southern China, often eaten as a dessert or afternoon pick-me-up. And this family in New York has been making them for over 80 years.
/r/asianWhites target Asian at Target smfh
/r/asianComedians in New York fight racism with coronavirus-themed show
/r/asianMan turns groceries into scenes from classic Chinese movies
/r/asianWhat Indonesia’s New Capital Will Look Like
/r/asianWHAT IS GOING ON?! | My thoughts on what is going on around the world | If you guys have any other funny short stories that you think I should mediocrely animate, then HMU or comment!
/r/asianAt least some posts are calling out false accusations
/r/asianWatch CNBC's full interview with Credit Karma CEO Kenneth Lin and Intuit CEO Sasan Goodarzi
/r/asian10+1 Lessons from Serial Entrepreneur Justin Kan - Justin is a repeat entrepreneur who co-founded Kiko Software (a Web 2.0 calendar that pre-dated Google Calendar by 4 years), Justin.tv, Twitch.tv (a live streaming platform for esports, music, and other creatives), Socialcam, and Atrium.
/r/asianChinese Ministry Claiming US Military Brought It To Wuhan -- The theory that the US developed the coronavirus was first seen in Chinese social media sites. Then reportedly supported by members of China's foreign ministry. What are you thoughts on this?
/r/asianNew-School Cantonese BBQ Is An LA Favorite | Line Around The Block
/r/asianLEARN MANDARIN 8 Best Ways to Say Delicious 😋🤤🥡 | Dope Chinese
/r/asianRich Brian Makes Nasi Goreng, Indonesia's National Dish
/r/asianThe Japanese Technique for Harvesting Sea Salt by Hand
/r/asianIs this accurate for asian dating profiles?
/r/asianone a lighter note
/r/asianHow The Man Who Challenged Tesla Went Bankrupt
/r/asianBeef Noodle Tour of Taipei
/r/asianMy very sexy chinese boss jenny! She does'nt realise how much i masturbate in the toilet looking at her pics!;)
/r/asianI read this in my Dad’s voice
/r/asianPaper Money in Ancient China - Where did paper money come from? Despite it seeming like a modern invention, its origins go back to Ancient China.
/r/asianHow Shenzhen is fueling Ethiopia’s burgeoning startup scene
/r/asian4 Stories Celebrating Mongolian Culture
/r/asianChinese is made up of loads of logical compound words (like "pattern" + "horse" = "zebra"). I tested my British mum and half asian brother on these words in English to see if they can guess what the word means.