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Monthly Archives: April 2009
I’m sure all of my fellow Asian Americans under a certain age have seen this — a non-Asian person with tattoos in different Asian languages like Chinese and Japanese because they’re in an exotic language that they don’t understand. It’s … Continue reading
For those of you living in the Bay Area and interested in learning more about Taiwan and it’s “official” diplomatic status with the United States, you might be interested in attending this event: 30 Years of the Taiwan Relations Act … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I wrote about the upcoming graphic novel, Secret Identities: The Asian American Superhero Anthology. The book released on April 15, but you’d be hard pressed to know that if someone didn’t already tell you. According to … Continue reading
I never thought I would be blogging about Bai Ling, since — believe it or not — we have never mentioned her on the site. But in a recent post by another blog, websites like ours were called out for talking … Continue reading
Hello, I hope everyone is enjoying their April. Been busy playing live shows over at Soompi Radio and screening documentaries at Hot Docs International Documentary Festival. Look out for my reviews in 88 words or less coming soon. New music … Continue reading
This past week, ABC’s Nightline did a news segment on Genius School – Inside an innovative class for some of the world’s most brilliant kids (video: 7 minutes. 40 seconds) and profiled Raymond Zheng, a fourteen year old freshman at … Continue reading
If you’re some skinny emo white dude with an Asian fetish, keep a wary eye out for Kari Ferrell whom the New York Observer wrote up as the “Hipster Grifter” and is currently on Salt Lake City’s Most Wanted Fugitive … Continue reading
As a diehard hoops fan, I was extremely excited when Yao Ming first entered the NBA. Not only did it mark the emergence of a new and potentially great basketball talent, it also thrust an Asian male into the media … Continue reading
My good friend kc! is one of the guys behind LEGENDmag, a magazine devoted to independent culture and living. Their latest issue features an interview with Una Kim, who worked in marketing, branding and trend forecasting in NYC before becoming … Continue reading
One of my fondest memories of coaching The Daughter’s volleyball team was at a long tournament where we had a potluck lunch of tasty Filipino and Vietnamese food (the team was mostly Asian). Not just standard fare like lumpia but … Continue reading