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This public service announcement, created by director Brian G. Cheung and production company Only Today puts expresses a simple message: Asian Americans are Americans. This is in response to the ongoing trend of anti-Asian attacks, and in particular to the … Continue reading
Reuters, NPR, and other news outlets report that African Americans, Hispanics, and Asians receive less supplemental oxygen when hospitalized because of a problem with a common medical instrument, the pulse oximeter. This instrument clips onto a finger, as shown in … Continue reading
Ms Marvel wrapped up its initial season with it’s finale, episode six titled No Normal. Here is my final episode and season review. Overall I loved the series but thought that the finale was a mixed bag. Major spoilers below.
The Wife and I anxiously awaited Ms Marvel episode 5 and found most of it enthralling and even informative. Overall I thought it was worth watching, althoughI thought that this episode had some problems in my opinion. Major spoilers to … Continue reading
Even as Ms Marvel has passed the half way point, I am still finding the series to be intriguing. While it wasn’t perfect, I really enjoyed Episode 4, titled Seeing Red, especially from an Asian American point of view (more … Continue reading
You would think that tech rank and file positions in Silicon Valley (as opposed to upper and executive management) would be where Asians would experience less bias, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. Researchers at Google have found … Continue reading
When I first the saw this official clip, I really wanted to see episode 3 of Ms. Marvel, Destined. It has nothing to do with superheroes, but that is part of the charm of the show. Here are some of … Continue reading
I watched the second episode of Ms. Marvel along with the Wife and Number Two Son, and I liked it even better than the first! The Wife and Number Two Son were initially skeptical whether they should watch it, but … Continue reading
During the pandemic, my family picked up the habit of watching Marvel streaming TV series together, from Wandavision through Moon Knight. With Ms. Marvel, Number Two Son said that he wasn’t interested. The lead character of Ms. Marvel is a … Continue reading
As a Navy veteran, one thing my father wanted to do is to see his name in the register of Navy veterans in the US Navy Memorial in Washington DC. When the Wife and I finally took him there, I … Continue reading
A recent poll suggests that many Americans think that Asian Americans are more loyal to their country of origins than to the United States. In contrast, a blog post from the JSTOR Daily describes a time when Asian Americans immigrants … Continue reading
Goldman Sachs recently released a report on the outsized economic contributions of Asian Americans. Highlights include Asian Americans creating 19% of high impact patents between 2003 and 2019, and driving 23% of US economic growth during that period despite being … Continue reading