Asian Americans are people from China, Japan, Korea, Philippines, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Burma (Myanmar), Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, India, Pakistan, and Iran living in the United States.
Asian American represents a variety of cultures and diverse orgins. Please submit your site to the respective nationality it represents. If it details issues concerning Asian American culture and heritage, please submit it to the Resources category. If your site pertains to Asian countries, then submit it to the Regional category.
Includes links to sites and categories related to Cambodian Americans, and cultural and heritage organizations and resources for citizens or ex-patriates of Cambodia within the United States of America.
Please only submit English language sites to this category.
If the site is written in the Khmer language, then please submit the site to the World branch. Currently, there is no Khmer language category.
Sites listed here will provide information on the arts or folk arts of the culture.
This category contains sites that deal strictly with Americans of Indonesian heritage.
Sites listed here are for news services, newspapers, books, magazines and e-zines, and journals that are sources of information related to the cultural aspect of the ethnicity rather than the geographic area.
Organizations that are either non-profit or not-for-profit that promote Asian American issues such as health, community involvement, empowerment, and leadership.
Taiwanese North Americans are an often neglected ethnic group. Their ancestors come from Taiwan, yet because of restrictions (the White Terror) set by the longest lasting martial law in modern history, many of them don't identify as being Taiwanese American or Taiwanese Canadian, or don't know such categories exists. Yet Taiwanese Americans have their history, their culture, their organizations, which is very different from other groups, such as Chinese Americans.
Taiwanese American camps (TAF, TAC, TAYL, TACL-LID) collegiate organizations (incl. ITASA, BITSA, TC), other organizations (NATMA, SOTA, TACL, to name a few), and a few community centers (San Diego, New York, Houston) help to tie this Taiwanese American community together.