Isn't it true that they have very little in common with East Asian ethnic groups such as the Chinese and Japanese?
Racial identity and categories are notoriously difficult issues to try to resolve.
In addition to talking about what has been done to Asian Americans, I also try hard to present what Asian Americans have done -- our contributions to American history and culture that should inspire pride, not pity.
Why are South Asians (Indians, Pakistanis, etc.) considered Asian Americans?
There's so much great research and useful information -- aren't you worried that people will copy and plagiarize your work?