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As she says in the interview above, Tiffany So, the director of the Fine China short that was a finalist for the 2020 HBO Visionaries contest, loves musicals. I do too, and so Fine China was a pleasant surprise. I … Continue reading
Every year, HBO sponsors a contest for Asian American short films and showcases the winners. 2020’s winners were recently made available for viewing on HBO Max after honoring them as part of the Virtual Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. … Continue reading
Lifetime channel is premiering “A Sugar & Spice Holiday,” which is the channel’s first movie featuring Asian American leads, in December 2020. Tzi Ma (Mulan, The Farewell), Jacky Lai (V-Wars), and Tony Giroux (Motherland: Fort Salem) headline this feature. In … Continue reading
Nancy Jooyoun Kim’s first novel The Last Story of Mina Lee is a thoughtful, heart-wrenching dive into the story of a mother and daughter. When Margot Lee’s mother–the eponymous Mina Lee–stops answering her phone, Margot wonders what could have happened. … Continue reading
The blog title above might make you wonder if something happened to Fresh off the Boat. Perhaps if you were older or well versed in pop culture, you might wonder if something happened to copies of All American Girl (1994), … Continue reading
Grant Masaru Imahara, host of Mythbusters, died on July 13, 2020 of a brain aneurysm. One thing I loved about him was that not only was he a handsome and affable TV host, he was a working engineer and an … Continue reading
I first heard of Anderson .Paak from Number One Son and Number Two Son, but I didn’t bother to find anything about him until I saw him featured in this commercial for Modelo beer. “Fighting Spirit” is definitely an appropriate … Continue reading
For the past three years, Gold House has published the A100 list of Asians and Asian Americans who have been highly influential in the past year. 2020’s list includes well known people like Awkwafina and Andrew Yang, plus others that … Continue reading
Before Crazy Rich Asians or Always be my Maybe, there was The Joy Luck Club in 1993. Not many mainstream American movies before it and for a long time afterward had a majority Asian American cast. Some Asian Americans really … Continue reading
This coming Sunday, ESPN, in their ’30 for 30′ documentary series, will be exploring the life of Bruce Lee, in the documentary ‘Be Water’: “Take a first look at ‘Be Water’, a 30 for 30 film that intimately chronicles Bruce … Continue reading
Today Google’s daily doodle celebrates Israel “Iz” Kamakawiwoʻole‘s birthday and includes the above video. His version of Somewhere of the Rainbow is well known, and I personally think of it before Judy Garland’s. It was said to have inspired the … Continue reading
Now that Netflix has popularized streaming comedy specials, Amazon Prime Video is seems to be starting to make more of an effort in this area (or at least this is the first special I have noticed). Jimmy O. Yang’s ‘Good … Continue reading