The Most Comprehensive link to Asian and Asian American Interests on the Net
One of the very first collections of Asian American Internet resources, dating back to 1995. Main portions are organized by topics such as Community, Culture, Concerns, and Contributions; there are also links to personal home pages and Ramen, a discussion forum. By Wataru Ebihara, an Internet and web pioneer.
One of the oldest and and most extensive collections of Asian American web resources of all kinds, developed by web pioneer Robert Irie at MIT.
Good organization of research-oriented Asian American resources, bibliographies, various APA studies programs, and online museums. By Gerardo Colmenar at UC Santa Barbara.
Extensive, unannotated list of Asian American studies programs, institutes, and libraries; magazines, journals & newsletters; queer Asian resources; bibliograhies, and other categories. By UC Irvine librarian Daniel C. Tsang.
Huge and well-organized collection of Hmong resources, news, and information, including publications, human rights information, dictionaries, art and handicrafts, history & culture, and much more.
Organizes information and web links under categories such as community, media, entertainment, and people. Includes links to downloadable fonts and VNI software, radio links, a bookstore, and many other features. In English and in Vietnamese.
From the UC Irvine Libraries, this site organizes library materials, guides, digital collections, and web links pertaining to Southeast Asians, including Camodian, Hmong, Lao, and Vietnamese resources.
Select indexing and abstracts for recent issues of this important public policy journal from Harvard; currently does not include any full-text articles online. However, there are numerous links to Asian American studies programs, associations, and miscellaneous resources.
Excellent online publication with many feature articles, opinions, calendar of events, arts & entertainment and business sections, and news. Includes bulletin board discussions.
Selected articles are available online, with brief indexing for others. The site also provides information such as community news, bulletin board and chat services, an excellent online museum, and a shop.
Well-designed electronic version of this magazine. Includes archived issues, a newsletter for subscribers, plus links to online articles and web sites by and about Indians and Indian Americans.
Korean American student-run magazine, from Harvard. Includes full-text essays and editorials from current issues; archived issues online date back to Spring 1992.
Sponsored by the American Political Science Association's section on Race, Ethnicity, & Politics, this site includes a brief bibliography of noteworthy books, and selected links to Asian American studies programs and centers, relevant associations, and miscellaneous sites of interest.