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Monthly Archives: March 2011
The Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival’s 2011 Call for Submissions is now open! Enter your project before April 1st for no fee with a final deadline of June 1st with a $20 entry fee. This is your chance to … Continue reading
We in America are obsessed with the biggest. The Biggest Loser. The biggest thermometer. The biggest hamburger. Even on 8Asians, things aren’t that different. The most popular article I’ve ever written was about Asian men and penis size. Specifically, I … Continue reading
Hollywood interpretations of Asian themed movies and books often racebend the originals (e.g. 21, Last Airbender, and Akira), catering to what they assume are the tastes of a mostly white audience. China Lion, the distributor of the Chinese movie, The … Continue reading
Wow. This guy in the Android suit is going absolutely ballistic while dancing away at Taiwan’s Sony Xperia Arc cellphone stand. I have to say that the closest we have to this in the US is the guy that dances … Continue reading
Like many corporations, Bank of the West is joining the effort to help Japan in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami by donating $200,000 to assist the survivors of aftermath. More importantly, the bank is also waiving fees for … Continue reading
There are thousands of internet sites dedicated to “help” Asian men find dates. From the sheer number of sites, you would think we were all shut-ins, losers and helpless awkward shy weirdos who couldn’t put a coherent sentence together that … Continue reading
So in the past few days, there’s been an uproar within the Filipino blogosphere about a study that claims Filipinos are gullible. In this study purported to be done by Harvard, they have ranked first in gullibility. And of course, … Continue reading
Calling all diehard fans of Hayao Miyazaki, the man behind iconic films like Totoro, Spirited Away and Nausicaa of the Valley of Wind (just to name a few). Artist and friend Martin Hsu has debuted a new t-shirt design for … Continue reading
Imagine Inception, Matrix, and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Now dilute it with flashy 300-esque CG effects and add the scantily clad charm of Burlesque, the kitsch of Showgirls and a handful of women prison movies. Bake it at … Continue reading
Our internal e-mail lists have us discussing all kinds of stuff: Asian American identity, representation in the media, the experiences of activism in an academia setting and its progression as we transition to the working, adult world. Sometimes we talk … Continue reading