8 Most Popular Posts (Last Seven Days)
- The Science and History of the Asian Squat
- Asian Guys and that One Long Pinky Fingernail
- The Difference Between Internment Camps and Concentration Camps
- Asian American Commercial Watch: Panda Express – ‘Wok-Fired Shrimp: Now Back at Panda Express’
- Why Are Asians Yellow?
- Asian American Commercial Watch: P&G’s ‘The Name’
- Who Is The Asian Woman Sitting Courtside At Lakers Home Games?
- Is The Portrayal of Ravi On Disney Channel’s “Jessie” Racist, Unfunny, or Both?
Monthly Archives: July 2008
8Asians.com is a non-partisan website, and I am more than happy to get Asian Americans involved in politics representing all sides. I received this not too long ago: You are cordially invited to join us for a campaign kick-off and … Continue reading
If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area (and California in general), you know we are facing a water shortage and state-wide drought. It looks like there is a public service announcement going on now… And who is one … Continue reading
Obama, at Fundraiser, Pronounces Himself an ‘Honorary AAPI’. Could Obama be the first Asian American president?
Source: Obama campaign. Yesterday, Barack Obama spoke to a group of Asian Americans at a fundraiser in Washington, D.C. Unfortunately, because the fundraiser was in D.C., I could not attend… I’ve posted before about “Clinton, McCain and Obama Reach Out … Continue reading
I came across this study that was just published by Media Matters in America titled, “Gender And Ethnic Diversity in Prime-Time Cable News” – where the non-profit media watchdog group examined four programs on each of the three cable news … Continue reading
I am devastated. I was reading The New York Times online (as I usually do every evening), and came across an article on Isarali billionaire and international man of mystery, Aviv Nevo – Zhang Ziyi’s boyfriend for the past few … Continue reading
I saw this television ad for Wells Fargo last week and realized that this was depicting an Asian American man about to take an Asian American woman on a movie date. I think this is the first time I’ve seen … Continue reading
Okay, apologies in advance for the worst post title EVER. But I couldn’t resist. I have the corniest sense of humor. 2008 marks the 100th anniversary of the popular period novel, Anne of Green Gables, written by my personal heroine … Continue reading
Oh joy. Thanks to the Two Chinese Characters for yet another informative Chinese lesson. 加油! (clap clap) Jia You! Meh. (Someone doesn’t have the Olympic Spirit yet. Her name starts with J and it ends in oz.)
Asian stoners, rejoice! Variety reports this morning that Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg, the writers of the first two Harold & Kumar movies, are back together for a third installment with Kal Penn and John Cho. As much as I … Continue reading
Now I had heard that pole dancing had become popular in the United States, but had not hear about the rising popularity of the “exercise” in China. In today’s New York Times, the newspaper reports “From the Erotic Domain, an … Continue reading