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Monthly Archives: April 2010
Before Harry Shum Jr. was poppin’ and lockin’ on the pop culture phenomenon known as Glee, he was — well — dancing. Before his stint as Mike Chang on the show, he appeared in iPod commercials as well as dance-centric … Continue reading
Future YouTube video blogger stars, take note: something is only hilarious if you inadvertently injure yourself or the people you care about. Torture, say, a hamster, and that turns you into a potential mass murderer — or at the very … Continue reading
April 17th, 1975 saw the end of a civil war in Cambodia between the Lon Nol Republic and a communist movement, the Khmer Rouge. What began was a massive social experiment to return Cambodia to an idyllic agrarian society. Resetting … Continue reading
I don’t care what you say. Life is supremely unfair when the one week I’m out of the office, John Cho comes in for a special visit on Attack of the Show. I don’t know if this is the universe’s … Continue reading
Listen. It’s Friday, and that means you ought to enjoy some eye candy to help kick off the weekend. Attack of the Show co-host and actress Olivia Munn graces yet another magazine cover and this time, it’s with furry woodland … Continue reading
As a member of one race or ethnicity you may sometimes think there’s no harm in perpetuating stereotypes of other races or ethnicities besides your own. That’s where you may be surprised to find out you’d be wrong. A recent … Continue reading
As an avid football fan, the NFL Draft marks one of my favorite days of the year, on par with opening kickoff for my beloved Green Bay Packers and the weekend of wild card games marking the beginning of the … Continue reading
I wanted to share this promotional trailer of a new short film that I produced with FPS Productions titled “Dilated”. (FYI: I also make a cameo in the film as “Dr. Yang.”) Directed by Brian L. Tan, this intense action … Continue reading
We invite you to join us for 8: A Symposium: Voices from The Asian American Literary Review, a day-long celebration of eight of today’s most accomplished and exciting Asian American writers. Come to any or all of the readings by Karen Tei Yamashita and Sonya Chung, Kyoko Mori and April Naoko Heck, Ed Lin and Srikanth Reddy, and Peter Bacho and Ru Freeman; stay for the Q&A sessions immediately after each reading, and don’t forget to get your books signed by the authors.
As a part of Maryland… Continue reading
Earlier this month, Ernie wondered if Asian talk shows understood how viral Eric Lin A.K.A. Lin Yu-Chun A.K.A. Taiwanese Susan Boyle was becoming in North America. Yeah, I don’t have an answer for that, though I did see him on … Continue reading
A list of the Top Ten Greatest Asian-American Rappers of All Time. (Make It in the Motherland) When Hipsters Move in on Chinese: It’s Ugly. (Village Voice) The Rise and Fall of Frank Ma, the Last Asian Godfather. (NYT) Basketball … Continue reading