Entries by Shane Kuo

Time to Change the Asian Narrative
on Mental Health.

Photo credit – Breaking the Stigma: Cindy Hsu Interview, CBS2   On July 13, Cindy Hsu, Emmy Award-winning anchor and reporter from CBS2, shared her mental health struggle and how her cultural background did not make it easy to acknowledge the issue in the first place. “In Asian families, you don’t talk about things like […]

Underrepresented, Labeled, and Overlooked: Navigating Asian America Today.

  In 1968, two California graduate students, Emma Gee and Yuji Ichioka, created the term “Asian American.” The term was meant to unite a population that seemed so different from one another yet shared so much experience during a tumultuous era of U.S. history. That unification had positive results, creating one strong voice out of millions of individuals.   In […]

Invisible & Indivisible & Visible: ADMERASIA Wins the 3 in 5 Challenge by Omnicom!

In the past year and half, Asian American communities have faced a rise in hate violence and anti-Asian sentiment. While the violence against the community has been hyper-visible, AAPI narratives and stories have been largely invisible in media and advertising.     This Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Omnicom launched their 3 in 5 Challenge, […]