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Tag Archives: ucla
The Working APA Actor: Jimmy Wong
The Working APA Actor is a bi-monthly interview of Asian Pacific Islander American actors in the entertainment world, whether it be theater, film, television, the internet, or commercials. It is an inside look at these actors exploring their passion in … Continue reading
Posted in Entertainment, Movies, Music, The Working APA Actor Tagged alexandra wallace, ching chong song, jimmy wong, ucla 1 Comment
An Open Letter to Alexandra Wallace, Ranting UCLA Girl
Before I get started on this lovely open letter, for those of you who don’t know, Alexandra Wallace is a UCLA student who posted the above YouTube video yesterday about her rant on Asian students making too much noise in … Continue reading
Posted in Discrimination, Lifestyles, Observations, Southern California Tagged 18MMW, alexandra wallace, asians, boobs, bruins, ching chong, hate speech, parents, political science, rant, ucla 71 Comments
A Look at “Dilated,” My Latest Short Film
I wanted to share this promotional trailer of a new short film that I produced with FPS Productions titled “Dilated”. (FYI: I also make a cameo in the film as “Dr. Yang.”) Directed by Brian L. Tan, this intense action … Continue reading
Posted in Entertainment, Local, Movies, Promotions, Southern California Tagged action, Brian L. Tan, Dilated, events, film, FPS Productions, Steve Nguyen, ucla, video production 2 Comments
University Admissions: How many Asian-Americans are too many?
How many Asian-Americans are too many? That’s one of the key questions that I see coming out of the Boston Globe‘s op-ed piece “Do Colleges Redline Asian-Americans?” I’ve talked before about the Princeton study cited in the article, which says … Continue reading
Posted in Discrimination, Education, Observations Tagged college admissions, diversity, intercultural skills, ucla 14 Comments
UCLA Medical Center Funded by Japanese Mobsters
We’ve all heard the joke about UCLA standing for the “University of Caucasians Lost in Asians” but what do you call this news? LOS ANGELES — A Japanese gang boss and another alleged gangster who had liver transplants at UCLA … Continue reading