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Monthly Archives: December 2011
Bobble, bobble, bobble….before you know it, you start to realize that your head is bobbling with Yoshi as well! Accessorize your car with our favorite Green Yoshi Bobble Head Air Freshener ($9.99) and bring back memories of your childhood when … Continue reading
Nam Phan has once again made it onto the main card of a UFC event, this time facing submission expert Jim Hettes at UFC 141. Following his rematch against Leonard Garcia, a Phan win could make him not just an … Continue reading
It’s almost been a year since the Wall Street Journal excerpted Amy Chua’s book, Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, in an article called “Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior” on January 8th, 2011 – which became the most popular article … Continue reading
Good bye, Dale Talde. And hello, Paul Qui. This Austin based “chef-testant” is competing on the current ninth season of Top Chef and I’m already rooting for him to win the final prize. Don’t get me wrong: it was hard … Continue reading
As kids, we loved books like the I Spy series, which required you to find various items hidden in a detailed scene. This Wireless Mouse by Jonny Wan ($29.99) reminds us of a grown-up version of that. Jonny Wan’s images … Continue reading
Well, NBA basketball player Jeremy Lin didn’t have much time to settle down at the Houston Rockets. He’s already been traded to the New York Knicks: The New York Knicks have claimed guard Jeremy Lin off waivers to fill a … Continue reading
It’s always great to wake up to a nice sunny day and start your day right with some tea. The 5-piece Tea Set with Flower Design ($48.24) is the perfect set that will enhance your tea drinking experience. You could … Continue reading
I wish my Grandfather were still alive so that I could ask him what he thinks about the passing of North Korea’s Kim Jung Il. My Grandfather was a very wise and gracious man. He never made an unfavorable comment … Continue reading
Necklaces are always simple and precious gifts that we all love to receive on any occasion. Fabulouswire on Etsy has made it easier to give away necklaces on the holidays with Custom Personalized Wire Name Necklaces ($16.99). The customizing and … Continue reading
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DiRbIo2sYKQ&feature=youtu.be NOTE: Before you start playing this video, this probably is NSFW. We have an internal email list at 8Asians, and our very own Eddy Hong let us know that he stars in a new commercial for StreamateParty.com. I love … Continue reading
We can’t live without listening to music when we’re walking by ourselves on the street or when we’re drafting up a fantabulous paper due the next day. And, especially with the Christmas season spirit, we’d love to listen to Christmas … Continue reading
By Lexington On Thursday, several prominent Chinese American leaders defended New York City Comptroller John Liu from allegations of campaign finance impropriety. Liu, the most well-known Asian American politician in New York City, is currently under investigation for potential campaign … Continue reading