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Monthly Archives: January 2010
This has nothing to do with anything going on now, but think of this as a public service announcement. Dr. Seuss was a racist. Yes, the lovable creator of all those wonderful children’s books was bigoted. Continue reading
Over the weekend, Arcadia, California native and sixteen year old Mirai Nagasu came in second place in the 2010 US Figure Skating Championship to secure a spot on the U.S. women’s figure skating team for the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. Earlier … Continue reading
Call for Art Submissions for ImaginAsian: Identity and Experience in Contemporary Asian Pacific America
In celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month 2010 and to generate funding for materials and sources for Asian American Studies collections at the Purdue University and Indiana University libraries, Kate Agathon is teaming up with the Asian American Network … Continue reading
Here on 8asians, we have talked about education and the pressures to do well on college entrance exams. We have also talked about how some Asian-Amercians parents force their kids into sports in order to have them round out their … Continue reading
If you’ve been to as many weddings as I have, then you’ve also received your fair share of “Save the Date” notices. Though I’ve seen some really creative ones cross my desk, I’ve never seen a “Save the Date” as … Continue reading
I read a lot of cultural psychology, and find that it is relevant to my experiences as an Asian American and explains a lot of the dynamics I see around me. I want to share some of these ideas and … Continue reading
Little asian PC girl vs. MAC parody – watch more funny videos Speaking of Kylie, looks like Funny or Die has a parody of Microsoft’s Kylie tv ad and Apple’s tv ad campaign, using battling cute Asian girls to debate … Continue reading
Okay, so maybe that’s only partially true. Remember Joz’s hilarious discovery that the blink detection feature discriminated against her and her brother’s Asian eyes? The photo and accompanying story made its way around the Internet, but today, Time featured Joz … Continue reading
The awards for the best Chinese Restaurants in the U.S. were handed out earlier in January at the sixth annual awards ceremony in Las Vegas for the Top 100 Chinese Restaurants. I was surprised to hear about this, as I … Continue reading
From Justin Lin, director and producer of Asian American movies like Better Luck Tomorrow and Finishing the Game: “Here are the facts: there’s no defined audience and the numbers just are not there. Also, very rarely do Asian American films … Continue reading
The Jay Leno & Conan O’Brien Animated Drama Re-enactment (According to Hong Kong & Taiwan’s Apple Daily)
From the same folks who brought you the infamous Tiger Woods midnight crash animated re-enactment, Hong Kong and Taiwan-based Apple Daily’s “action news animated round up” has almost outdone themselves with a summary of the late night NBC drama of … Continue reading