Monthly Archives: September 2010

Moss Growing Wooden Ring

There are so many ways to go green. For one thing, you can stop using plastic bags, take public transportation or create your own compost heap…or you can take the stylish route and support the environment by wearing this wooden … Continue reading

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APA Spotlight: Konrad Ng, University of Hawaii & the Smithsonian Institution

Konrad Ng is a professor of creative media at the University of Hawaii and Senior Advisor to the Under Secretary for History, Art, and Culture at the Smithsonian Institution. Continue reading

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Back in August, I had heard through a friend that there was a fashion show going on later that evening for designer, Wen Guo for her line, BODITECTURE. Besides the NAAAP fashion show, I can’t recall ever going to a … Continue reading

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8 Bit Wood’s Mario Wall Piece

You’d never think that wood crafting and video games would ever go hand in hand, but check out these custom made wall pieces from 8 Bit Wood, which originated from one gamer piecing together pixel art with scrap wood. Their … Continue reading

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Ninja Coat Hook

Want to add a little edge to your apartment decor? Check out these realistic ninja coat hooks (£7.99)–and we mean realistic as in, you know, being attacked by an invisible ninja who decided to leave his weapons behind, stuck on … Continue reading

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Asians Behaving Badly: Woman Accused of Vandalizing Luxury Cars

From comes a report about a woman arrested numerous times for vandalizing numerous BMWs and Mercedes all over the Bay Area, and is now being held on $1 million bail in Santa Clara County Jail. Nancy Ni apparently had … Continue reading

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Far*East Movement’s ‘Like A G6’ Hits #1 on iTunes; Internet Asks “What Does Like a G6 Mean?”

Congrats to Far*East Movement whose single Like A G6 hit #1 on the US iTunes singles charts and #10 on the Billboard charts, making Far*East Movement the first Asian American group to break into the iTunes and Billboard top 10 … Continue reading

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Author Magazine Interviews Water Ghosts Writer Shawna Yang Ryan

My friend and writer, Shawna Yang Ryan, was recently interviewed by Author Magazine. She describes how she became an author, her pursuit of writing as a career, and about her novel Water Ghosts getting publish. Recently, the book was re-released … Continue reading

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Tony T Nguyen and Can from POREOTICS’ “Pushing the Limits”

Music and dance come together for this unique piece titled “Pushing the Limits” with musician Tony T Nguyen and Can Nguyen from POREOTICS. This original collaboration shows how different artistic backgrounds can come together to make something creative. At the end … Continue reading

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Links: Margaret Cho Dancing, Sexual Racism, Robots, Tennis

SPONSORED LINK: aims to list the best designer clothes and shoes from leading Asian fashion designers! Margaret Cho is still kicking on Dancing with the Stars. Another article on sexual racism in the GLBT Community. (Hat tip: Lia) An Indian … Continue reading

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Sushi Stud Earrings

We like sushi in our tummies, but how about our ears? These sushi stud earrings ($20) are made to order, featuring the yummy California roll and tuna tekka maki roll. Mmm…is it lunch time yet? Be careful, because friends might … Continue reading

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Go Daddy Adds Ella Koon to Roster

As if web hosting company Go Daddy didn’t play the hot girl action enough, they’re now adding Ella Koon to their repertoire of “Go Daddy girls.” Ella Koon is a musician, model, and actress (which is pretty typical of all … Continue reading

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