MTV’s Rich Tu remembers the days just before the quarantine. He went to work in Times Square, shortly before it got turned into a dead zone.
The Peace of Heart Choir provides free performances for communities in need. In wake of the coronavirus outbreak, that community was all of New York.
Newly launched in March, Samata Heath is providing New Yorkers with diverse and affordable therapy options, both in-person and remote.
You’ve heard of K-Pop. But South Korea has another musical movement that deserves the limelight — Korean rap.
Calls to crisis hotlines have spiked by over 800% nationwide. Although virtual resources are accessible, youth programs for those in foster care, juvenile detention, and homeless shelters have a harder time providing resources to help them deal with the stress caused…
For those seeking help alleviating stress and pandemic-related anxiety; teletherapy and virtual engagement have become primary outlets. But does it work?
Performers in the era of social distancing are facing a new virtual reality in Music and Theatre. iHeartRadio’s Living Room Concert for America is a charity concert that went down March 29, aimed at raising funds in support of musicians…
For Absint, who has lived all across the world, identity is something that he hopes his career as a Korean-American artist can challenge.
South Korean pop music might have made waves, yet there is talent in Korea that deserves the spotlight.
Wook-Il Choi started with only a needle and thread. A few years later, he’s the owner of the South Korean based fashion company COKIE.