The anonymity of the Internet may provide depression information to Asian Americans who often associate depression with shame and stigma beliefs and avoid treatment. We interviewed 20 Asian Americans regarding reasons for Internet depression information use, non-use, and relevant Web site topics. Thematic analysis was used to analyze the qualitative responses. Reasons for Internet use included difficulty talking face-to-face, confidential, useful information, and convenience. Reasons for non-Internet use included "not a good source" and denial concerning depression. The Internet can allow for depression information tailored to Asian Americans and this study suggests topics of interest to include on such a Web site.