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Monthly Archives: November 2007
Former 8Asians contributor Min Jung Kim wrote in with this truly innovative idea to save the world, save the whales, and stop global warming in its tracks. Check out The My Hashi Bra (or The My Chopsticks Bra), which according … Continue reading
The Wall Street Journal continues its in-depth reporting on the corrupt Asian-American businessman and political contributor Norman Hsu in “How a Business Flop Became Political Force“: “An in-depth look at Mr. Hsu’s peculiar rise and abrupt fall reveals a man … Continue reading
The Sunday New York Times ran an article today about the social implications of gene and DNA testing. Will it lead to further support of racial inferiority? “Scientists, for instance, have recently identified small changes in DNA that account for … Continue reading
Paris Hilton has landed in South Korea. Koreans all around the world can now be comforted by the knowledge that we are, like, “so hot.” This is her first time in Korea, so she gushed about the beautiful Korean scenery. … Continue reading
If you were to base your knowledge of indie music based on 8Asians.com posts, you’d think that every Asian American indie artist just sang sweetly with a guitar: Marié Digby and Priscilla Ahn, for example. And while there’s absolutely nothing … Continue reading
The second annual blog battle sponsored by QueerClick has begun: Gay Bloggies 2007. Twelve contestants have been selected to blog against each other in competition. The master of ceremonies presents to these contestants various topics to blog about or tasks. … Continue reading
The good folks over at Jooksings.com (a friend of Popcast88.com) are having a contest where you can win 2 tickets to the Opening Night Gala at the Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival. The Opening Night film … Justin Lin’s … Continue reading
A friend of mine forwarded the link to this published article in Slate today by Ray Fisman, “An Economist Goes to a Bar And solves the mysteries of dating“: “To really understand what people prefer, you need to pair men … Continue reading
So what if I know more about dangling participles and comma splices than the typical white American? I’d be unqualified to teach English in China because of my skin color. An article in the L.A. Times reports on the blatant … Continue reading
Perhaps. In fact, it’s was very interesting when I was perusing Blognation’s Mind the Gap, and practicaly laughed out loud when I saw this littie bit: “Not so in China. Farmers, workers, and even rich businessmen have adopted the universally-accepted … Continue reading
Today, Co-founder and CEO of Yahoo!, Jerry Yang, along with General Counsel Michael Callahan, testified in Congress today, as reported in The Wall Street Journal’s article “Yahoo’s Lashing Highlights Risks Of China Market” “An unusually dramatic congressional hearing on Yahoo … Continue reading
Happy 13th Episode Everyone! It’s November and it marks a really busy month for me – listen and find out why! New music from Gospellers, Minwoo and a request for some old school S.E.S. plus in honor of it being … Continue reading