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  • Natalie chooses to rock pigtails to correlate with her girly, grey sparkly theme.

    AsianWeek Gets Glamorous, Q&A with Seventeen Magazine Featured: Natalie Liao

    Imagine coming home from a long day at school and running over to the check the mailbox. Inside is a pile of bills, offers and other miscellaneous letters that concern other family members. But at the bottom of the stack you notice the gleaming magazine […]

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  • Mugshot of Yukari Miyamae

    Daily Dose 07/20/2011

    NATIONAL >>Felony Charges Dropped Against Japanese American’s Sexual Assault of TSA Officer The sexual assault charges Yukari Miyame faced for grabbing and twisting the breast of a TSA officer in Arizona have been dropped, but she might still be left with a misdemeanor. Miyame, a […]

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  • Asian Americans do Rebecca Black Friday, NOT the worst song ever

    Asian Americans do Rebecca Black Friday, NOT the worst song ever

    Chords, backstory arnd more on the AnyIndex: http://www.arthurhu.com/index/song/friday_rebecca_black_song.htm Why is it when somebody does something right, the claws come out? An african immigrant who gives up a career in medicine to do fun videos for kids with affluent parents and write g-rated songs parents can […]

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  • holynight

    Oh Holy Night And Other Asian Christmas YouTube Vids

    2 million hits on his channel, here is another talented Asian Am-er Canadian Youtube artist. He’s got other songs on his channel as well. From his youtube channel page: . Influences:CHAD ARTKINHometown:LaosCountry:Canada #55 – Most Subscribed (All Time) – Canada #15 – Most Subscribed (All […]

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  • Chinese Professor: Those foolish Americans let us own them

    Chinese Professor: Those foolish Americans let us own them

    I haven’t heard anybody have a cow over the new Chinese Professor ad yet from a conservative group attacking using our tax dollars to give away the store. It does have a cool look to it, like the Apple 1984 ad, and Americans rarely get […]

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  • ‘In the Matter of Cha Jung Hee’ Premieres Tonight on PBS’s POV Series

    ‘In the Matter of Cha Jung Hee’ Premieres Tonight on PBS’s POV Series

    SAN FRANCISCO — Her passport said she was Cha Jung Hee, even though the eight-year-old girl knew that she was not. Yet, over the course of forty years Deann Borshay Liem came to forget that day she arrived in America in March 1966, a transnational […]

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  • Violinist Paul Dateh Rocks Out

    Violinist Paul Dateh Rocks Out

    Here’s a different variation on your usual Asian boy violin geek. This one has racked up 4 million views

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  • Food – Vancouver Film School Canadasian Short

    Food – Vancouver Film School Canadasian Short

    Speaking of why Asians can’t get more Oscars, these folks are working to change that. Vancouver Film School mostly put out cute computer animated shorts, and many if not most feature budding Asian filmmakers / animators, but this one hit me in the gut. Don’t […]

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  • Stretching Across Chinese Communities

    Stretching Across Chinese Communities

    Stretching Across Chinese Communities By Ron Chepesiuk The Asian American market is hot. APIs have embraced the Internet. They have the highest median income and education levels of any ethnic group in the country. And their buying power in North America is more than $150 […]

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  • Web-Savvy Singaporeans Cut Through Red Tape With E-Government

    Web-Savvy Singaporeans Cut Through Red Tape With E-Government

    By Regan Morris/AP Grouchy bureaucrats are everywhere citizens conduct routine business with governments — unless those citizens are Singaporeans, doing business on the Internet. Increasingly, people in the small southeast Asian nation are finding they need do little more than boot up a PC and […]

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