Monthly Archives: August 2010

Kawaiigiri Plush Toy from Susuten

Rice balls are pretty much some of the most delicious things ever. Too bad this Kawaiigiri Plush Toy (12.50 €) aren’t edible but they’re just as delicious looking. Actually, it’s probably a good thing that you can’t eat this toy … Continue reading

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Jeremy Lin Jerseys Available Now!

Jeremy Lin’s #7 white home and blue road jerseys are now available in the Golden State Warriors online team store! They can be yours for $55.00 each. Get them while they last!

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Marvel Responds To Runaways Casting

Sometimes when we protest over API representation in Hollywood, the industry actually listens and sometimes, they actually do something about it. Marvel responded to Racebending’s concerns over their lack of specification in their casting call for the Japanese American character, … Continue reading

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Revenge of the Sushi Threadless Sushi

The best part about Threadless is the never-ending creativity of their T-shirt designs. The worst part about Threadless is that if you don’t act fast enough, some of the coolest shirts disappear in a blink of an eye. Fortunately, there … Continue reading

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3 Hilariously Contradictory Pieces of Advice Given to Pregnant Asian Women

By Anonymous Having now entered the second trimester of my pregnancy, there really is no denying that I’m knocked up — the belly seems to swell another inch every day and I think I’ve already started waddling. And as any woman who … Continue reading

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L.A. Giveaway: Kollaboration Acoustic 4 Tickets this Friday Night

UPDATE: The winner is Ally! There is no shortage of things to do in L.A. this Friday night: Kollaboration is the largest Asian Pacific American (APA) talent showcase in North America that has been active for 11 years and has … Continue reading

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Huge Totoro Slipper

Okay, we’re still trying to figure this out. It’s a giant Totoro shaped slipper ($25.70). Note that it’s just one slipper and not a pair for both feet. One furry slipper to warm both of your feet at the same … Continue reading

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‘The People I’ve Slept With’ Opens in L.A. this Friday Night; Q&A with Filmmakers & Cast Hosted by jozjozjoz & 8Asians

We’ve been unabashed fans of the sex-comedy The People I’ve Slept With even before Koji joined our ranks, so it’s with great pleasure that we share the news that the film will be opening in Los Angeles this weekend (starting … Continue reading

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Darth Vader Lightsaber Chopsticks

The Force is strong in this one and by this one, we mean this pair of Star Wars chopsticks and by the Force, we mean the evil dark side. Anger, fear, aggression…and hunger? As Yoda says, easily they flow and … Continue reading

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Debunking the Myths of the “Ground Zero Mosque”

At this point, some of you may be aware of the controversy surrounding the “Ground  Zero Mosque” and the high emotions that are surrounding this construction. There have been many different viewpoints and opinions on it, with many of the … Continue reading

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The Colbert Report: Japanese Hackers Are Out to Get Us

The other night, Stephen Colbert reported that a Japanese hacker by the name of Masato Nakatsuji had been arrested for writing a computer virus that replaced all the files on a person’s computer with images of squid – infecting an … Continue reading

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