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Archive for December, 2008

Asian Store Owners Never Close | Some Asian Nuances

Asians Certainly Make Use Of Every Inch

  Ahh the Holidays, a time of caring and sharing. If you work, you’re likely getting Christmas and New Years, or even the whole week off. If you’re in school, nothing beats a two week winter break does it? No really, does it? Because I have not the slightest idea what having a winter break feels like. Those […]

Bush Hated By The World, But What Do The Asians Think?

Iraqi Journalist Attacks Bush

The great philosopher Socrates once said, “I am the wisest man alive, for I know one thing, and that is that I know nothing.” Well one thing I know for sure, there’s at least one Iraqi journalist who hates George W. Bush enough to try and throw, not one, but both his shoes at good […]

Gran Torino and Dragonball Evolution – Upcoming Asian American Movies

Dragonball Evolution In one of my favorite bits from the short-lived Chappelle show, guest comedian Paul Mooney on Hollywood today rants: First they had The Mexican with Brad Pitt and now they have The Last Samurai with Tom Cruise. Well I’ve written a film, maybe they’ll produce my film. The Last [N-Word] On Earth starring […]

Carlos Tevez Revives Slanted Eyes Gesture

Tevez

I consider myself a cool-headed guy. You could accidentally spill juice on my clothes, run over my big toe with your Buick, and hey, no biggie, I won’t get mad. But culturally insensitive actions, that’s a different beast and what grinds my gears. Manchester United, England’s pride and joy football team (depending who you ask), […]

First Vietnamese American Congressman Anh Cao

Representative-Elect Joseph Cao

  Who would have thought that an unknown Vietnamese-American immigration attorney with a strong Saturday election and $90,000 hidden in a freezer would soon lead to the first Vietnamese-American in the United States Congress.   On Saturday December 6, 2008 – Louisiana 2nd Congressional District voters voted in Anh “Joseph” Cao, a republican, into the […]

Chinatown Gangs, A Brief History

San Francisco Chinatown

  Whenever any discussion of organized crime in America comes up, we tend to first think of the Italian Mob, the Russian Mafia, and then maybe popularized cultural icons in Scarface, Casino, or the recent Denzel film American Gangster which all play off the organizational systems around the Italian Mob anyway. As Asian-Americans, our incorporation […]