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Hollywood Veteran Liza Lapira Hits The Mark on “The Equalizer”

Filipino American actor Liza Lapira portrays a professional sniper on CBS's "The Equalizer," a show that leads in representation and tackles issues like...

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Is “Shang-Chi” Worth The Hype?

"Shang-Chi" is not perfect, but is a feel-good film with Asian actors front and center. ...

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Pursuing Possibilities With Calista Wu

When I first met the multitalented multihyphenate Calista Wu on the social audio app Clubhouse back in January 2021, I didn’t think she was real. Not only is...

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Dressing James Bond: Interview With 007 Costume Designer, Suttirat Anne Lalarb

“No Time To Die,” the 25th film in the James Bond series premieres October 8th. In anticipation of the glamorous film, we sat down with the woman behind...

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Netflix Anime Takes Filipino Horror Worldwide Through “Trese” But Downplays the Lived Horrors of Filipino Citizens

In Manila, dark supernatural forces pervade the criminal underworld and it’s up to Alexandra Trese to keep the peace. Catch Mochi's illuminating review about...

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Ashly Burch Brings Heart and Soul to “The Ghost and Molly McGee”

Ashly Burch talks to Mochi about being the voice of Molly, a peppy Thai American tween who stars in Disney's new animated show "The Ghost and Molly McGee," and...

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“Blue Bayou” Humanizes Deportations at the Expense of Undocumented Adoptees

This review contains spoilers. In Focus Features’ new film “Blue Bayou,” a tattoo artist in Louisiana finds himself facing deportation.  Like the...

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“Never Have I Ever” and the untold minority perspectives

Imagine looking in a mirror, desperate to see your own reflection but instead seeing someone else every single time. That’s what growing up without...

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“The Chair” Places Our Proximity to Whiteness in Full View

Back in February, Netflix announced that their new series “The Chair” would star Korean Queen Sandra Oh. Oh also shares an executive producer...

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P1Harmony Are the Gen Z Idols We’ve Been Waiting For

It’s one thing to debut as a K-pop group in a normal year; it’s entirely another thing to debut during a global pandemic. Not only has P1Harmony done the...

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