Maum Market in DTLA

MAUM Market by MAUM is a monthly rotating open-air craft fair in various neighborhoods showcasing locally based Asian-owned brands and small businesses. For more information, visit

In Depth: Tiki

Hal is joined by Indigenous Hospitality Advocate Chockie Tom and founder of "Chuntikis" Julio Gutierrez to talk about the history, culture, and popularity of tiki.

Mental health and the AAPI community

Right now roughly 18% of the general population is seeking help for mental health issues. But health experts say in the AAPI community, that figure actually drops to 8%. Here's why.

Celebrating AAPI: Japan Day Parade

Good Day LA's Sandra Endo went to New York for the annual Japan Day Parade and charity event in celebration of AAPI Heritage Month. Thousands of people came out to celebrate and share the Japanese culture, and more organizations marched in the parade from dancers to Taiko drummers to martial arts groups .

Remembering the 1871 Chinese massacre

The horror of the Los Angeles Chinese Massacre of 1871 is often untold. LA city officials are hoping to change that soon, with a new memorial in the works to honor the victims in an often untold story as part of the Golden State's shameful past.

Learning Kendo: The way of the sword

In honor of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Good Day LA's Sandra Endo shows you the way of the sword, known as the Japanese martial art of Kendo.

One-on-one with Formula Drift co-founder Jim Liaw

Formula Drift is now sliding into its 20th anniversary season. Its growing fan base is drawn to the power, precision, speed, and style of the sport. One of the founders of the sport is Southern California’s own Jim Liaw.