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Mini-Review: ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’ (No Spoilers)
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So, the Netflix teenage romance film ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ (TATBILB), based on a novel of the same name by Korean American author Jenny Han, debuted on Friday, August 17th, the same opening weekend as ‘Crazy Rich Asians.’ “Asian August” has been a busy month, and I’ve written reviews for ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ […]

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Pr Melbourne – Neon Black PR Agency Sydney
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Neon Black Creative Communications & Public Relations Agency is a professional PR Agency in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Australia wide. Neon Black specialises in public relations, media relations, publicity stunts, corporate communications, event management, social media, events, and many more. Neon Black is proud to offer an eclectic mix of public relations, marketing and creative […]

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White People: You Still Can’t Use "Chink In The Armor"
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Again…I’m not sure if time just makes people forget (or I’ve been under a rock for too long so I didn’t realize how bad it still is) but – just go to someplace that has at least 5-10 Asian Americans in it, and keep on using that phrase in a sentence. #hastag #you #will #get […]

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Behind LA Chinatown’s Hip Food Scene: Baos, Coffee, and Gentrification
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By Guest Contributor: Frances Huynh Read the first of this series: “The Gentrification of Los Angeles Chinatown: How Do We Talk About It?” * * * A quietness lingers as we set up shop. Empty streets fill with the jostle of clothing racks. The multiple clicks of stoves turning on. The soft smack of noodle […]

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Representation Matters: A Discussion with Simu Liu
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Thursday, September 20 at UCLA Geffen Hall Kim's Convenience fans! Heads up. If you're in Los Angeles, come join us for a conversation with actor, writer and producer Simu Liu, who plays Jung on the hit Canadian sitcom (now available internationally on Netflix). He'll be talking about his breakthrough role, the insights he's learned on […]

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8Books Review: Heroine’s Journey by Sarah Kuhn
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Heroine’s Journey brings an end to Sarah Kuhn’s delightful Asian American superheroine trilogy. In the first of the series, Heroine Complex, we meet Evie Tanaka, assistant to superheroine Aveda Jupiter. In the second, Heroine Worship, we explore Aveda Jupiter aka Annie Chang’s inner self. And here in the last, we traverse between worlds with Bea Tanaka, […]

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Darren Criss wins Emmy for ‘American Crime Story’
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'Assassination of Gianni Versace' star wins Best Actor in a Limited Series. Darren Criss made history at 70th Emmy Awards, winning Best Actor in a Limited Series or Movie for his portrayal of Andrew Cunanan in FX's The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story. By our calculations, Criss is the first Asian American actor […]

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Where can AAPI voters have maximum impact in 2018?
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AAPI Data identifies key house races where AAPIs can make a difference. Your vote counts. Every vote counts. But in some of the most competitive races, our community's vote could actually help tip the balance. With midterm elections quickly approaching, AAPI Data took a look at the numbers and identified the areas where Asian American […]

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Fighting for equal pay for Southeast Asian American women
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By Guest Contributors: Sung Yeon Choimorrow and Vimala Phongsavanh, National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum Disaggregated data indicates that Southeast Asian women in the U.S. are making on average 61 cents to the white male dollar — and this pay disparity is hurting their ability to make choices about their bodies, their lives, and their […]

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Horse Wormers Australia – Discount Animal Products
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Discount Animal Products offers quality and very effective discount animal health products in Australia at best prices. Includes animal health products and supplements for horses, cattle, sheep, poultry, dogs, cats, chickens, and many more. Some of the many products include horse wormers, dog worming, dog flea treatment products, cat worming, cat flea treatment, chicken wormer, […]

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AA Industry Success, Geoffrey Owens & Acting Realities
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by Tim Lounibos It’s an amazing time The past several weeks have been absolutely amazing for the Asian American entertainment industry. Crazy Rich Asians blew past $100 million at the box office in less than three weeks, becoming the most successful rom-com in almost a decade on its way to surely cracking the top ten […]

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Heel Pain – Sports Podiatrists at Sydney Podiatrist
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Sydney Podiatrist specialises in sports podiatry in Sydney and the surrounding suburbs, with years of experience. Sydney Podiatrist treats plantar fasciitis, heel pain, heel spur, arch pain, bunions, severs disease, achilles tendonitis, bursitis, general podiatry and a lot more. Contact Sydney Podiatrist if you need help in any of the following: knee pain mortons neuroma […]

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“Baby Steps” Review: A film about two gay dads, surrogacy and a tiger mom
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“Baby Steps” is a film released in 2015, written, directed and staring Barney Cheng.  He plays the lead character, Danny Lee, a Taiwanese-American living in Los Angeles with a Caucasian boyfriend, Tate.  They’ve decided to have a child, through surrogacy, although Tate is a little less invested in the idea than Danny.  Added to the […]

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Jordan Clarkson’s Asian Games a source of Filipino pride for himself and fans
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After years of rumors, Cleveland Cavaliers guard Jordan Clarkson finally played for Gilas Pilipinas in the 2018 Asian Games No tags for this post.

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Still Processing: Imagining Myself as Asian/American
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By Guest Contributor: Yaoyao Liu Editor’s Note: This post is the second in a series by Yaoyao Liu, reflecting on an episode of the “Still Processing” podcast on Asian American identity. For their second installment on the experiences of Asian Americans on the Still Processing podcast, Jenna Wortham and Wesley Morris focus on the interlocking […]

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