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Monthly Archives: August 2007
In yesterday’s The San Jose Mercury News front page, the paper covers “Americans in China: [Silicon] Valley expatriates take risk on fast growing economy.” The article goes on to describe the trials and tribulations of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs AND their … Continue reading
I recently came across Blacklava, a California-based company that sells what IMdiversity.com dubs “Asian American-themed apparel with a political consciousness.” Blacklava caters almost exclusively to the Asian American community. It offers T-shirts, buttons, and bumper stickers with messages like “I … Continue reading
I missed this news last week, but am not surprised by the result. The United Nations rejected Taiwan’s application to become a member nation for the 15th time since Taiwan has been expelled from the U.N. and has tried to … Continue reading
So, for the twelve or so 8Asians.com readers who haven’t arrived here from Germany, I’ll give you a brief overview as to what’s been happening the past week or so: Around three months ago, I write a post called Mister … Continue reading
I had heard about the fake Harry Potter phenonomanon before, but read about it again in today’s New York Times’ article, “Chinese Market Awash in Fake Potter Books” : “The iterations of Potter fraud and imitation here are, in fact, … Continue reading
Ernie first brought our attention to the Mister Wong bookmarking site that used to employ as a logo a caricature of an Asian man with jaundiced skin and slanty eyes, reminiscent of the malicious political caricatures Americans drew once upon … Continue reading