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Hong Chau’s Elsa Sticks To “The Menu,” a Dark Comedy about Consumption and Capitalism

In the film "The Menu," actor Hong Chau is a maitre d' dedicated to carrying out the dark intentions of the chef, played by Ralph Fiennes....

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NBC TV Writers Program: Emman Sadorra Brings Vulnerability and Comedy to The Writers’ Room

NBCU LAUNCH selected writers William Yu, Hernán Barangan, and Emman Sadorra from nearly 2,100 applicants. The writers shared a piece of their inspirations,...

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Let’s Cook Colorful Egg Fried Rice From “Morning Sun in Wuhan”

"Morning Sun in Wuhan" follows 13 year-old Mei, as she navigates the beginning of the pandemic and as her community bands together in the face of uncertainty. ...

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“Blockbuster” Brings the Enthusiasm of Randall Park, but Is it Enough?

“Blockbuster” is a workplace comedy series, premiering Nov. 3 on Netflix, following Randall Park and his employees at the last surviving Blockbuster store....

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Our Favorite Fall Book Releases By Asian Authors

Mochi Mag is ushering in the fall season's newest books by Asian authors who are keeping us cozy with their stories of activism, mystery, world-building,...

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PBS’ New Doc “Rising Against Asian Hate” Explores Personal Loss, Systemic
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PBS' new documentary "Rising Against Asian Hate" zooms into the Atlanta spa shooting and touches on the fetishization of Asian women, gun safety,...

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Jacob Batalon’s “Reginald The Vampire” is Fat, Funny, and Full of Heart

In SyFy's new series "Reginald the Vampire," Filipino American Jacob Batalon brings his self-deprecating humor and Pinoy charm, while highlighting self-love in...

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Tim Jo Brings Joy to Kerry Washington’s Executive Produced Hulu Series “Reasonable Doubt”

Korean American actor Tim Jo speaks with Mochi about his role in the Hulu original series "Reasonable Doubt."...

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Manufou Liaiga-Anoa’i Leads with Intention and Humility

If celebrated Samoan activist Manufou Liaiga-Anoa’i wins in November, she will be the first Pacific Islander in California to sit on a city council. ...

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Lana Condor’s Netflix Series “Boo, Bitch” Courts Death, Popularity, and Confidence

Netflix's "Boo, Bitch" gives us a hilarious look into the life of a visible teenage ghost, played by actor and executive producer Lana Candor, who is carrying...

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