I have to admit that I wasn’t a huge fan of Gold, Gold, Gold, but Fast Forward I can get into a little bit more. From about 6 months ago, but it just feels like that type of day? It’s just so beautiful being the deep of it all? Whenever you’re having a bad […]
I won’t go into conjecture on the latest articles or comments, and unlike the rest of the internet and pitting Asian against Black and vice versa, will only say that everyone loves them both and it’s unfortunate that this has happened (unlike SYJ where we KNOW she’s married to the DEVIL). Here’s to hoping they […]
If you subscribe to the ad-supported Hulu streaming service like I do, you will sometimes see ads for forhims.com, which sells products and services dealing with issues affecting men, such as hair loss, mental health, and erectile dysfunction. When I saw this particular ad, I was struck by the proportion of Asian Americans in it, […]
I don’t know about you, but I’m feeling like all this “Hasan Minhaj is a liar” news is really just people not liking the subject matter of Hasan and it seems like a lot of these people coming out are…well….a lot of White People who seems to focus on a lot of White Things and White […]
From the video’s description on YouTube Steam “Starting All Over Again” here: https://vyd.co/IamTongiStartingAllOve… I want to continue to do my part to help Maui, so I recorded a full performance of Iz’s “Starting All Over Again”. This song really touched me recently so I’ve just released a full version of the song (out now […]
You may have seen this. You may have not. Either way–now you get that chance to see some incredible skating from the the 1st Gold Medal Of Skating….THE YUTO. Damn.
Check out the musical, in its second phase where they’ll host four intimate community performances at Indigenous Roots Cultural Arts Center–info below. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/in-the-camps-a-refugee-musical-tickets-713987855897 Introducing IN THE CAMPS: A REFUGEE MUSICAL by Saymoukda Duangphouxay Vongsay! The project is currently in its second phase, where we’ll host four intimate community performances at Indigenous Roots Cultural Arts […]
Here’s a podcast by Micah Huang and Hao Huang about Chinese laborers and the Transcontinental Railroad: Iron Horse Road: a Tale from Gold Mountain recounts one of the great untold epics of American history: The story of the Chinese laborers–neither truly enslaved nor truly free–who built the most rugged stretches of the Transcontinental Railroad. More than 150 […]