Brad Cooper (Parry Shen) GH Episodes 14-19
Brad Cooper (Parry Shen) GH Episodes 26-34
Brad Cooper (Parry Shen) May & June 2014 - GH Episodes
Brad Cooper (2016-03-21) - Brad & Griffin's Jobs Are Threatened
I can't say I watch GH on a regular basis mostly in part because it's in the day and while I'm not averse to the Soap Opera - I typically don't watch them (and I'm still in the process of working a good DVR solution, but I'm a procrastinator). But I have to say the clips I have seen of GH with Parry Shen are really good.
Real real good.
Brad Cooper (Parry Shen) GH Episodes 14-19
MIN always seems to have a different look while retaining that sense of self, but the 28 year-old never seems to step out of her comfort zone - and the music is there. Definitely becoming one of my favorite singers.
Snakehead is a feature film about a woman's rise in the international underworld of human smuggling set in New York Chinatown.
Here's a part of the project bio from director Evan Jackson Leong:
I humbly present SNAKEHEAD, a passion project that I've been working on for over 9 years.
Inspired by true events and based in New York's Chinatown, we follow our anti hero, Sister Tse as she rises to one of the most sought after human smugglers in FBI history. From the moment she lands in American waters she quickly learns that the American dream wasn't what she was promised. We will explore the reality of the modern American immigrant through the lens of the Chinatown underworld.
Ultimately, this is a story about a Bad ass Asian woman who finds her community as a feared and respected boss.
This is my jam.
I like the song, but I think I wanted a different video, even though it still kept me watching.
#forgetaboutme #lovethisyourself #mytwocentsisworthapenny
This is just four minutes of awesome.
What more do you need?
Always good to see some articles talking about how we're overlooked (for the most part).
Yet this fixation may lead some to overlook today’s fastest-growing ethnic consumer group: Asian Americans. In 2015, they had an estimated buying power of $825 billion, which is expected to grow to $1.1 trillion in 2020, according to the Selig Center for Economic Growth at the University of Georgia. In the past 15 years, the Asian American consumer market grew by 199 percent, outpacing gains in the disposable income of Latinos, whites, blacks, and Native Americans. The U.S. Latino population might be three times larger than the Asian American community, but the Asian American population is now growing at a faster rate overall.
Korean American Soul.
Pick up the track @ http://smarturl.it/Roses-Single-iTunes
Not Lifted: Well...That New CL Video And Song Kinda Sucks Doesn't It? What's Wrong With The Marketing People? Who Does This Shit? I Need Asian Americans?Tuesday, August 23, 2016
I've been wrong before, but when it comes to Asian stars trying to make a splash in the music biz here in the U.S. - they've all died the death that technically they should - and remember I love my pop of all varieties - but I've been right in knowing that their U.S. singles or the way they were marketed - just suck.
And that's the best way to put it.
Remember BoA's video that got panned? How about Utada going on the morning show (like who got that gig) - and yes Utada is technically Asian American and they should have done a lot more.
Where's Girls Generation now in the U.S. Where's Se7en after he dropped it with Lil Kim?
See - you can't try and make someone U.S. hip hop, when they aren't (although I thought Se7en's single was pretty good).
You need Asian Americans to kick it like that - 'cause you know - we're a part of U.S. hip hop.
And it has to be genuine.
On one hand I'm up for Asian stars trying to do it in the U.S. - I'm down with that. But not when you do it like this, and not when Asian American musicians and artists aren't getting the respect that they deserve.
And this video by CL....it just reeks of appropriation *not* being genuine - even though it wants to be cool.
But we all know you can want things...even if you never get them.
I almost feel like I need to manage someone because no one seems to know how take an Asian star and make them a crossover here. It's like they take the best parts of what made them good, drop it all, and then mold them into something they're clearly not. And sure - I have no experience in this whatsoever - but I feel like I could do a better job then what's been done because the bar keeps getting set pretty MF low.
Way to steal that line from Jin. Clearly it is "lifted".
Then, during my sophomore year of high school, Fresh Off the Boat started to air. It was the first television show I had ever seen that featured multiple Asian-American leads. I was especially inspired by Constance Wu, who expertly played the leading female role of the family matriarch. The show gave me hope that one day more Asian-American stories would be heard, and that more Asian-Americans actors and actresses would be given more opportunities to do what they love. While I had already decided not to pursue acting by the time the show aired, it was still great to finally see people who looked like me on TV, to feel like I was finally represented. Fresh Off the Boat's success also proves that Hollywood’s conviction that only white actors and actresses are "bankable" is a lie (which, in fact, past studies have already proven).
That will wake you up.
CAAM + "Who is American?" Immigration, Exclusion & The American Dream Educational Outreach Campaign (Now Until September 15th)Monday, August 15, 2016
From the campaign:
The campaign, "Who is American?" Educational Outreach for the PBS Documentary THE CHINESE EXCLUSION ACT will run from Monday, August 15 - Thursday, September 15, 2016. Our goal is to raise $50,000 to distribute free educational resources and host community screenings to reach thousands of students, teachers, and community members in support of the new PBS documentary THE CHINESE EXCLUSION ACT by acclaimed filmmakers Ric Burns and Li-Shin Yu of Steeplechase Films. CAAM is leading the outreach and is one of the co-producers of this landmark project.Check it out and donate here.
A little bit about Andrew Ahn
I know things are getting better for actors of Asian descent. I know efforts are being made to increase diversity in casting and that awareness is being raised in regards to yellowface and race-specific casting. I know this because I hear white actors complaining that they are losing roles “because of diversity.” I also know this because black actors have made it a point to come up to me and say, “Wow, I thought we had it bad, but you guys REALLY don’t have many opportunities.”
Read it in full.