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Monthly Archives: July 2011
I caught the latest DirectTV’s commercial starring Dat Phan. I think Phan’s character is inspired by Ken Jeong’s character Mr. Chow from The Hangover and I can’t say that I’m a fan of the commercial. There’s even a giant panda … Continue reading
From Fashionista: “Asian American teens spend an average $140.97 per month on fashion, the most of any ethnic group, while white teenagers spend the least amount ($111.58). Latinos spend the most per trip–$98.20–while again, whites spend the least ($81.41). That’s according … Continue reading
You know the rule: if a major news story like Congressman David Wu resigning has the search terms Taiwan, Congressman, Sexual Assault and Tiger suit, you sure as hell know that Taiwan’s Next Media Animation will have it covered in … Continue reading
If you haven’t been following this fast moving story, here are the facts to get you up-to-speed: Last week, local Oregon news reports indicated that Congressman David Wu had an unwanted sexual encounter with a possible minor. Wu denies that the … Continue reading
When I hear someone even mumble the words “Street Fighter,” my heart rate sky rockets and my eyes light up. I imagine pushing buttons, throwing projectiles and super combos upon some poor newbie. Capcom is very well known for collaborating … Continue reading
Study Suggests Asians in the US “No Longer at the Top of the Wealth Hierarchy” Due to Housing Crisis
An article from the Pew Research Center finds that – in percentage terms – the bursting of the housing market bubble in 2006 and the recession that followed from late 2007 to mid-2009 took a far greater toll on the … Continue reading
After my grandparents answered “No No” to questions 27 and 28, the whole family was sent to Tule Lake, Northern California. A camp that was designated for “bad” Japanese Americans – in other words those who had answered the loyalty … Continue reading
According to ABC News Radio, a Chinese couple has been arrested for selling their two children for video games: “In 2009, Li Lin and Li Juan welcomed their second child, a baby girl, and came up with the idea to … Continue reading
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glquKfXhLFo Target has launched its back-to-school push, highlighting a “2nd Grade Teacher” discussing all the school supplies your child needs for the new school year. The teacher seems to be a bit too excited, enthusiastic and energetic for my tastes. … Continue reading
You know, I don’t get the whole planking trend, where people lie face down in weird places and other people take photos of them. But wait — planking is SO nine months ago, because according to Newsweek’s tumblr page, the … 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. And sometimes, we … Continue reading
On July 5, the Korean Techno-mart skyscraper was evacuated because of mysterious tremors shaking the building. Korean scientists have discovered the cause: middle aged exercisers doing Tae Bo to Snap!‘s 1990s Dance Hit, “The Power“. Apparently the combination of doing Tae … Continue reading