Just a good article down at OCWeekly:
The 33-year-old Tseng has been reporting and writing on Asian-Americans in the entertainment industry for more than a decade, long before social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter made it easier for people of color to spread awareness on social issues and raise their own voices. Shortly after graduating from college, in 2006 Tseng was named the managing editor of Asia Pacific Arts, an online ethnic arts publication started at UCLA. She and her team navigated a niche in journalism that hadn't been touched since the heyday of A Magazine, YOLK and Giant Robot in the mid-1990s.
"In the beginning, no one was really writing about diversity in Hollywood because it was a pretty rare deal, so it felt like we were a part of a secret club," Tseng says with a laugh. "We thought all these small Asian films and directors and actors were cool, but no one else knew about them."