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Post Archives: When White People Go Bad: The Sandra Bullock ‘Adopted Child’ Edition
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  This article was originally written for the YOMYOMF blog which was closed approximately two years ago and is being re-posted here for archival purposes. 05/10/2018 Dear B.S., I get it. You’re a movie star, a producer, a Hollywood elite. You won an Academy Award for Best Actress. You’re coming out with a new film Ocean’s […]

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Post Archives: Steven Yeun, Sorry To Bother You, And Being Hot. Kiss Me Cause I’m Steven Yeun Hot.
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  This article was originally written for the YOMYOMF blog which was closed approximately two years ago and is being re-posted here for archival purposes. 07/29/2018 This weekend I chucked the baby in the corner with some chả giò and a box of Jarts, took K-Wife by the hand, and went to see the Boots […]

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Post Archives: Jay Park Slays The Freestyle, The ‘Soju’ Isn’t Great, But I’m Still Going To Ride The Yacht
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  This article was originally written for the YOMYOMF blog which was closed approximately two years ago and is being re-posted here for archival purposes. 07/30/2018 I thought the title of this post was fairly representative of everything that’s going right, as well as completely and utterly wrong with Jay Park and his ROC nation […]

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Post Archives: From Rep. Ted Lieu With Love (Well…Not Really)
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  This article was originally written for the YOMYOMF blog which was closed approximately two years ago and is being re-posted here for archival purposes. 09/27/2018 In the bid to represent New York’s 27th Congressional District, off-again/on-again candidate Representative Chris Collins (who also just got indicted on insider trading charges this summer) decided to up the […]

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Post Archives: And The College Sport With The Most APIAs Is…
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  This article was originally written for the YOMYOMF blog which was closed approximately two years ago and is being re-posted here for archival purposes. 10/12/2018 I was reading this article at the Guardian a few days ago and while interesting, I wanted to check out some of the stats myself at the NCAA site in part because it […]

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They Call Us Bruce 118 – They Call Us Bugs Bunny
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Jeff Yang and Phil Yu present an unfiltered conversation about what's happening in Asian America. What's up, podcast listeners? We've got another episode of our podcast They Call Us Bruce. (Almost) each week, my good friend, writer/columnist Jeff Yang and I hos an unfiltered conversation about what's happening in Asian America, with a strong focus […]

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8mm Review:  A Sugar and Spice Holiday
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With nowhere to go on yet another night of the COVID-19 lockdown, The Wife and I settled in to watch the first Lifetime movie with Asian American leads.  As we rarely watch the Lifetime channel, I decided to keep my expectations low.  That was a good thing, as A Sugar & Spice Holiday is like […]

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A Poem For Christmas AKA Danh Sách Quà Giáng Sinh Của Anh AKA Cho Anh Môi Của Em. Mồm Của Em
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Danh Sách Quà Giáng Sinh Của Anh Anh muốn em nói “Em muốn anh”.  Từ 5 giờ sáng đến 11 giờ tối.  Khi thế giới ngủ em được uống anh như nước.  Mọi tuần.  Mọi ngày.  Mọi giờ.  Mọi phút.  Cho anh môi của em. Mồm của em. Mặt của em. Anh muốn ngọt của […]

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Asian Americans in 2020: The Year in Review
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You don’t need me to tell you that 2020 was quite an eventful year in many ways, and for good and bad. As we approach the end of the year and the start of 2021, I want to reflect on how the Asian American community fared throughout the year and how different political, economic, and […]

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Why Ken Leung Is Amazing In Industry #1
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