8 Most Popular Posts (Last Seven Days)
- US Memorial Day: Remembering Hazel Ying Lee, WASP Pilot
- The Science and History of the Asian Squat
- Asian Pubic Hair Questions
- Do Asian Women Have The Smallest Vaginas?
- Do Asians Have Body Hair?
- Do Asians Have the Smallest Testicle?
- Asian American Frozen Foods: Trader Joe’s Korean Style Beef Short Ribs
- Do Asian Women Have the Smallest Breasts?
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8Links is a series which occasionally highlights interesting content from sites we read. Got a tip for us? Let us know about a link you would like to see on 8Asians.com by suggesting a link! Thai-Kun, an Austin food truck … Continue reading
8Asians is participating in the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center’s Book Dragon Book Club. Posts on 8Asians will be cross-posted on their website where you can also check out other reviews and author interviews. This month’s book is Pioneer Girl, by Bich … Continue reading
Dear Channing Tatum: Congratulations on your selection as People’s 2012 Sexiest Man Alive! You join the ranks of such sexy gentlemen as, um, Nick Nolte, who was 51 when he won in 1985 (WHAT) and Patrick Swayze, who is no … Continue reading
The Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence (ATASK) has just released “Hold My Hand,” a PSA from their Youth Empowerment Project. The purpose of this PSA is to highlight the particular challenges that Asian immigrants and refugees face when confronting … Continue reading
Finally. “K-Town”, the Korean West Coast produced-by-Tyrese version of “Jersey Shore” has arrived… on YouTube where, at this writing, the first episode has clocked a little under 13,000 views. Which isn’t too bad considering how little happened in this premiere. … Continue reading
According to a paper published in the Journal of Parasitology, a 63 year old Korean woman’s tongue, cheek, and gums got inseminated by the cooked squid she had just eaten. This abstract explains further: We present a case of stinging … Continue reading
With the 2012 Scripps Spelling Bee having taken place this week, this recent NPR story about how and why Indian-American students appear to dominate the annual bee is a fascinating read: “Indian-American spelling successes have also been fueled in recent years … Continue reading