The lack of Asian American representation in film and media only propelled Sarah Wang's need to conform.
Come join the City of Alhambra in our celebration of Latino Heritage, with our annual festival where we pay tribute to the rich Latino culture on September 16th, 2018 9AM – 1 PM. Residents and guests are invited to attend…
Peter Khant had to redefine what the American Dream means to him.
Allison Ko's mother immigrates from Beijing to look for adventure and discovers the true beauty of America.
Alhambra High School student Sofia Chie reflects on belonging as a Chinese immigrant to Honduras and the United States.
Dazhou Van had no idea he'd become a locksmith when, 30 years ago, he went in to copy a set of keys. Today, his has achieved his American Dream through the locksmith business.
For Raymond and Fanny Moc, the American story is a series of gains and setbacks. At one point they feared tigers. At another time they were forced to live in a prison.
Five Years of the Source: For seven years Alfred Dicioco had tried to fit in with the American way of life. Will he find his true self if he returns to the Philippines?
Sam & Jackie Wong-Alhambra Source Scholarship recipient Valerie Cabral writes about keeping her immigrant status a secret.
Five Years of the Source: At the age of 19, Monica Luhar’s mother had an arranged marriage in India. At 19, Monica was a single college sophomore frustrated that she was not allowed to date.