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Monthly Archives: November 2016
Fresh Off the Boat, Season 3, Episode 6: “WWJD: What Would Jessica Do?” Original airdate November 29, 2016. Microsynopsis: Jessica’s Sunday excursions to Costco with Evan are threatened by her son’s sudden interest in church. Louis accepts some free dental … Continue reading
Wendy Lee’s latest novel, The Art of Confidence, takes readers through the tale of a single forgery, its making and unmaking. Liu Qingwu is a poor artist hawking goods outside the Met in New York City, when he’s approached by a … Continue reading
I haven’t caught this on TV yet, but saw this Kay Jewelers’ commercial posted on Facebook recently – where Kay Jewelers shows men proposing to women asking them to marry them. What is notable of course is that in one particular … Continue reading
Bad Girls Throughout History by Ann Shen is the book you need right now, a walk through a diverse array of bad ass women across time and across continents. Subtitled “100 Remarkable Women Who Changed the World,” this beautifully illustrated … Continue reading
Dr. Ken, Season 2, Episode 8: “Allison’s Thanksgiving Meltdown” Original airdate November 18, 2016. I’m hot-blooded: check it and see. Allison asks the family to change its plans for a quiet Thanksgiving at home in favor of visiting her parents at … Continue reading
Fresh Off the Boat, Season 3, Episode 5: “No Thanks-giving” Original airdate November 15, 2016. Microsynopsis: Claiming that the annual family get-together for Thanksgiving is a ridiculous amount of unpleasant work for a tradition that’s not hers, Jessica convinces the … Continue reading
The Story of a Brief Marriage by Anuk Arudpragasam is a moving and intimate portrait of a man caught up in Sri Lanka’s civil war. Set in and around a refugee camp, this debut novel offers a peek into just a few … Continue reading
You might have seen this story going around social media, about a harassment incident ending up with her being handcuffed by University of Minnesota police. Thinking about sharing it? Don’t. The University of Minnesota police answered questions about this supposed … Continue reading
Dr. Ken, Season 2, Episode 07: “Dave Goes on Shark Tank” Original airdate November 11, 2016. Lit review. Dave is invited to appear on Shark Tank to pitch his new product, the Hot Legs Duvet. Allison is thrilled for him, but … Continue reading
I stumbled upon Drew Pham’s story when posting a storycorp session about my mother. This particular story was a moving.https://thenib.com/i-trained-to-fight-the-enemyhttp://www.npr.org/2014/03/29/295329503/never-truly-over-discussing-deployment-a-challenge-of-its-own I stumbled across Drew Pham’s story when posting a story on StoryCorps about my mother. My father was a Navy … Continue reading
I am just going to link to ThankYouDonald and let the posts speak for themselves. The account description is: Thank You, Donald. Bearing witness to the #WhiteLash. Contribute photos/screenshots by tagging them with #SubmitToHate. I wish this account didn’t need … Continue reading
I feel that this is a good time for us to revisit one of the original goals of 8Asians– to hear the diverse voices and opinions from our multifaceted communities of Asian Americans/Asian Canadians/Asian Australians/English speaking Asians from around the … Continue reading