The company behind the production of this year’s Pan American Games opening ceremony in Santiago, Chile pulled out all the stops to make it a memorable one.
This year’s inductees into the Asian Hall of Fame include the director of an Asian-American comedy film, one of the members of a K-pop girl band as well as a legendary writer for Rolling Stone Magazine.
Bassist and songwriter Maddie Thies spent her formative years growing up in Seoul, South Korea.
The Art of Living Foundation, organizer of the semiannual World Culture Festival, says more than 450,000 people have registered for this weekend’s event on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
Indigenous, queer, activist and artist Jayli Wolf will release her new EP “God Is An Endless Mirror” on September 22.
A country well known for various sports, food and multiculturalism is responsible for raising Drake, one of the most influential musical artists in history.
George Kusunoki Miller — aka JOJI — started finding himself when his journey began in Osaka, Japan, where he was born.
Bob Marley, the man who put Reggae music in the public eye, is a well-known cultural figure who left an unmatched legacy.
Renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma is a good example of someone who has used their talents to cross cultures and strengthen…
With the advent of hip-hop music recently celebrating its 50th anniversary, let’s look at one of the most influential and culturally fluid artists this century: Scott Mescudi, known by his stage name Kid Cudi.