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Monthly Archives: January 2015
http://youtu.be/KGiMZHM22og While watching my local evening news, I came across this Progresso Soup commercial for their Creamy Potato with Bacon & Cheese soup. I kind of like these Progresso Soup commercials with their childhood nostalgic use of empty soup cans … Continue reading
“How Much Do You Love Me?” by Paul Mark Tag is the kind of novel I usually hate. Here’s the Amazon.com synopsis: It’s December 1941, and the Japanese have bombed Pearl Harbor. Politicians fuel anti-Japanese hysteria and campaign to segregate … Continue reading
You may have seen this video released during the holidays where YouTube Prankster Josh Paler Lin gives $100 to a homeless man and follows him to see what he will do with money. The homeless man named “Thomas” goes to … Continue reading
http://youtu.be/W1shHkKfiO0 It figures that playwright David Henry Hwang would be so multitalented. He was reminiscing to a friend about a college punk rock band he played in, and she found the single online. In his words, “The internet is amazing … Continue reading
According to the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (WHIAAPI), President Obama’s guest list for this week’s State of the Union address included 23 people, who had the privilege of sitting alongside First Lady Michelle Obama, Dr. … Continue reading
A music project called St. Lenox had their album and song “Just Friends” featured on NPR’s Songs We Love last week: It’s hard to believe that Andy Choi, the gigantic voice behind St. Lenox, was an award-winning teenage violinist. That … Continue reading
by Leeland Lee Get ready to cringe. The New York Post recently set up two random Brooklynites on a blind date in their “This Week’s Couple” segment. Asian Americans Chris, 30, and Vickie, 27, met up for dinner at Café … Continue reading
#OscarsSoWhite that the statue counts as a Person Of Color. — Hari Kondabolu (@harikondabolu) January 15, 2015 #OscarsSoWhite that the ceremony is being held in an REI this year. — Hari Kondabolu (@harikondabolu) January 15, 2015 Because we live in … Continue reading
http://youtu.be/UEzL9EyNzT4 It’s January 2015 already and we’re well into the NFL playoffs, but I had just caught this Buffalo Wild Wings’s commercial that apparently has been hosted on YouTube since the beginning of the latest season – August 2014, where … Continue reading
Those who know me know I’m a sci-fi/fantasy geek. When I was younger, I used to only read the classics. I think it was partly because I felt as though I should read those and wanted to look smart when … Continue reading
Over the years, there have been many stories about Filipino food becoming the entering the American mainstream. Efren wrote this one in 2007, and I wrote one in 2012 as people like chef and TV host Andrew Zimmern were proclaiming … Continue reading