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Monthly Archives: May 2011
Japanese director Takashi Miike is set to take on the live action film adaptation of Ace Attorney, the popular video game series about defense attorney Phoenix Wright and his courtroom shenanagins. Capcom has even released the latest casting news with … Continue reading
From time-to-time, I make an effort to turn to C-SPAN to catch if there are any interesting hearings going on in Washington, D.C. As I had blogged back in March, current Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke was nominated to replace … Continue reading
This link is old, but it’s new to me, so what the hell: Meet Paul Fanelli and James Minger, two Korean adoptees interviewed on camera as part of HBO’s Asian’s Aloud East of Main Street series last year. While both … Continue reading
I’ve been seeing this Verizon Tablet ad starring Jared Asato all over the network television, but imagine my surprise when I was flipping through the foreign language channels and caught the exact same ad in Mandarin. Even though I know … Continue reading
By Keesa Ocampo The Poreotics are MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew Season 5 winners, an Asian American all-male dance crew from Westminster, California. The crew was formed in 2007 and specializes in popping, choreography, and robotics, hence the name po-reo-tics. … Continue reading
Having been a game reviewer for ages who hasn’t found a genre of video games that I didn’t like, I’m not surprised when I read that China had gold farming prisons. I actually have participated in gold farming in games … Continue reading
A new study in Organization Science found some interesting differences in the way Americans and Chinese perceive what is considered cooperation. In many cases the American respondents and Chinese respondents selected exactly opposite actions as examples of “cooperation.” On one … Continue reading
By Ken Not many people realize that James Dean only starred in three movies, two released after his death. And yet his legend remains. There are few people who can have such a mesmerizing hold on people. In just a … Continue reading
Last week, the House of Representatives and the Senate introduced a resolution calling on Congress to formally acknowledge and express regret for the passage of a series of laws during the turn of the 20th century that violated the fundamental … Continue reading
I have to be honest, I didn’t want to write this article. It’s such a touchy subject but the more I looked into it the more I realized that it is something we SHOULD talk about. I promise that I’m … Continue reading