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Monthly Archives: August 2011
Summer is coming to a close, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still go shopping. GASP! – the official shopping blog of 8Asians dedicated to gadgets, gizmos and tchotchkes that highlight the Asian Pacific Islander community – has two special … Continue reading
In the grand tradition of “let’s make an Asian movie American,” Spike Lee has decided that he needed to put Park Chan-wook’s masterpiece, Oldboy through the Hollywood Xerox machine. This week, they announced that Josh Brolin will be the lucky … Continue reading
By Idy Yuja Wang is a 24-year-old Chinese soloist, who performed this month at the Hollywood Bowl. Her attire got heads turning when she stepped on stage with a sparkly, form-fitting, orange mini-dress and 4-in. gold stilettos. It was so … Continue reading
From Asian American Press: “Brooklyn Park Police are looking for a missing teen that could possibly be the victim of an abduction. At approximately 3:00 p.m. Thursday, police were called to the 7700 block of Abbott Ave N on what witnesses … Continue reading
As videos like this show, there is very little funnier or cuter than a panda. So why not carry one with you wherever you go with this Panda Backpack ($24.99) at Hot Topic? Made of canvas, this cute little critter will … Continue reading
I came across this sweet story last week describing how 14-year-old Alyssa Donovan of Maine became the first student of non-Korean heritage to win an award in a Korean speech contest hosted by the U.S. National Association for Korean Schools … Continue reading
There’s an abandoned warehouse in Presidio National Park but soon, Building 640 will be the site of a new learning center, revealing its secret history as a Military Intelligence Service Language School. In 1941, the military housed and trained 60 … Continue reading
Over the weekend, The Seattle Times did a profile on Lili Cheng, the General Manager of Microsoft Research’s Future Social Experiences (FUSE) Labs. What really caught my attention was where she grew up (as well as she was a fellow … Continue reading
I don’t know what to make of this story about a Chinese mother who has kept her mentally ill son chained up for 23 years. You really don’t think that anyone would ever do something like this, but basically the … Continue reading
Lions, and cookies, and bears–oh my! This Nom Nom Nom Shirt ($25) has it all. The shirt is printed in gold on brown, and comes in sizes XS to XL. Special Offer: Connie, the owner of The Tiny Fig is … Continue reading
By Halls Variety reports that Los Angeles-based Splendent Media will serve as a sales agent to the “worldwide rights (outside Japan) to 69 titles from filmmaker Akira Kurosawa, including 19 screenplays that were never produced.” Not included in the deal … Continue reading
In conjunction with Billboard Korea, Billboard.com has now included in its international section Billboard K-pop Hot 100 based on “digital sales via leading websites as well as downloads from mobile service sites using an industry-standard formula and the most credible … Continue reading