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Introducing Ling, A Hero Who Slays Stereotypes

When I was growing up, the only remotely Asian American superhero I knew of was possibly Jubilee from X-Men. As an adult, I now know she was Asian American,...

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Changing the Narrative: David Lim Goes for What He Wants

Credit: John Schell Whatever actor David Lim pursues, he pursues with relentless aggression. Whether it be sports, selling mortgages, or acting, Lim decides...

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Why Not? K-pop Star Ailee Dishes on Her New Motto

Credit: Rocket3 Ent Korean pop (K-pop) singer-songwriter and actress Ailee thinks her first official English language release, “Sweater,” is the perfect...

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The Unknowable You: An Interview with Playwright Lloyd Suh

In this age of Instagram and ever-present social media, the tendency to perform an idea of self is not a new concept. In fact, it is likely the source of much...

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Dustin Nguyen: A Man Ahead of His Time

Dustin Nguyen was the first Asian American actor I saw on prime time without an accent. I watched him every week without fail on “21 Jump Street” and he...

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Auntie Mochi’s Sad But True Guide to Friendship in Your 30s and 40s

Excuse me while I show my age, but whenever I think of friendship, I cannot help but think of Zack Attack from the show “Saved by the Bell” and their song...

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“Gemini Man” Brings Us Face to Face With Ourselves

When I first saw the trailers for “Gemini Man,” I was mildly interested because, hey, Will Smith times two and Academy Award-winning director Ang Lee! But...

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The Underlying Truth: An Interview with Lewis Tan

Lewis Tan is not just another pretty face. The actor, director, model and super hot martial artist playing Lu Xin Lee in the new Netflix action series, “Wu...

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