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Monthly Archives: October 2013
[The following is an unpublished epilogue to Johnny C’s Asian America in 2013 series. He was originally planning to leave 8asians on a high note after finishing the series, but we persuaded him to stay a little while longer. Some … Continue reading
I’ve been enjoying reading Akrypti’s and Xxxtine’s articles on Maria Kang’s “What’s your excuse” picture, so as an Asian American woman myself, I just had to join the party. That and I’m sure all this publicity helps up Kang’s website … Continue reading
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDLrMLFbl2U Here’s a topic we’ve never covered at 8Asians before: movies with Asian subject matter – that never star an Asian. Oh wait, my bad, we cover it all the time. Anyway, another good take on this never-ending topic, from … Continue reading
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yl4Pmp6fpGk “What’s Your Excuse?” “Me, I have none.” I consider myself very average, perhaps just a tad below in terms of overall lifestyle. I’m not particularly ambitious and relatively healthy with a few lifestyle adjustments to cope with inherited medical … Continue reading
http://youtu.be/hapIlql_ePE Wow, I think this is the first time I’ve seen two Asian American non-related men in a commercial. Of course, one of those men is perennial favorite Randall Park, who is a frequently seen in a wide range of … Continue reading
Ever since my first Terminator movie in the 80s, I’ve always loved movies, books, TV shows, and, of course, even anime about robots. So when I discovered this anime, Time of Eve, on Crunchyroll, it immediately caught my interest. The … Continue reading
“A mother reflects on the legacy that her father left her – a life lesson on setting goals and then making smart choices.” Caught this commercial the other night. It is interesting to see more and more television commercials by … Continue reading
Keeping up with the San Gabriel Valley (SGV) news, I found out about Carla Ching’s production Fast Company at the South Coast Repertory in Orange County because SGV native Lawrence Kao (Kaba Modern, The Walking Dead) will be “Francis” in … Continue reading
The umbrella term AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander) is a broad one that catches many under the model minority stereotype that comes with it, even while some, like many Pacific Islanders, are struggling for success. Pacific Islanders (PI), those people … Continue reading
The Hubby disagrees with me on this point, but of course he does. After all, he is a straight man with a pulse. Men everywhere are rushing to defend a [super hot and sexy] damsel in distress. Women, on the … Continue reading
I caught this the other night on cable with celebrity chef Ming Tsai promoting the aero knife in a “infomercial” inspired commercial. I was kind of surprised to see Tsai in this kind of commercial, and surprised he doesn’t have … Continue reading
The 7.2 magnitude earthquake on Tuesday in the Philippines caused the belfry tower of the Santo Nino Church in the city of Cebu. Founded in the 16th century, Sto. Nino is the oldest church in the entire country.