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Monthly Archives: August 2007
I asked each female writer on 8A to contribute 2 Asian males they consider irresistibly sexy and to explain why. Here goes, in no particular order: The breakdown of who voted for who and why (and also revealing our 11-15 picks) after … Continue reading
I was in Borders today and came across the latest venerated issue of Foreign Affairs and came across as one of the front cover stories, “The Great Leap Backward” discussing the consequences of economic growth with environmental damage going on … Continue reading
If you don’t know about ORIENTED.COM, it’s “a global network of bilingual, bicultural and international professionals interested in Asian businesses and cultures, with more than 28,000 members* worldwide” There are also monthly happy hours around the world every last Thursday … Continue reading
A friend of mine sent me this article this morning, “Virtual Beijing police to patrol in cyber world.” Starting Saturday, Chinese internet users behind the Great Firewall of China, can report to the government offensive and malicious (anti-Communist, pro-Democracy, pro-Taiwan … Continue reading
This just in – Ang Lee movie caught in political spat: Taiwan criticized the Venice International Film Festival on Tuesday for listing a movie by Oscar-winning Taiwanese director Ang Lee as originating in “Taiwan, China,” a label that suggests the … Continue reading
In today’s Wall Street Journal, the newspaper reports that “In China, New Risks Emerge At Giant Three Gorges Dam.” As you may or may not know, Three Gorges Dam is a hydroelectric river dam started in 2003 and completed recently, … Continue reading
Today’s New York Times covers the opening of the world’s largest hotel and casino in the world, the $2.4 billion Venetian Macao Resort, in the article, “Bigger Than Vegas? That’s Macao’s Bet” The figures are just staggering: “The Venetian has … Continue reading
As you may or may not know, Min Jung Kim is a former blogger on 8Asians. She recently wrote a blog entry on Blogher.com regarding “Bi-racial Couples – A first person account.” Given 8Asians’s recent postings on: “Why Asian Guys … Continue reading
The Fryer-Torelli paper, An Empirical Analysis of Acting White, has gained much attention and buzzworthiness among scholars in The Academy as of late, which found an inverse relationship between good grades and popularity among Blacks and Latinos. “Among whites, higher … Continue reading
From indie MP3 blog Aurgasm comes a post (with limited-time-only MP3 downloads, shh!) of singer-songwriter (and Korean American) Priscilla Ahn. While I can appreciate any artist who can adeptly play and loop the harmonica, guitar and bells for a single … Continue reading
Since Genghis has been covering all sorts of news about China, I wondered, what about the Philippines? I mean, Asia is more than just Chinese, right? That’s when I found out about WikiPilipinas, the hip and free Philippine encyclopedia that … Continue reading
In this weekend’s Sunday New York Times, the newspaper covers the cost of China’s economic growth in the article, “As China Roars, Pollution Reaches Deadly Extremes.” The facts and figures are pretty staggering: “Environmental degradation is now so severe, with … Continue reading