Upon learning what school I go to, people will often remark, “Wow, you girls get a lot of work, don’t you?” Or: “Oh I know that school; it’s the one where the most meaningful relationship a girl has is with her textbooks and computer.”Read More
July 15, 2011 was one of the saddest days of my life. Surrounded by darkness, I heaved (not so) quiet sobs as my childhood officially came to an end.
How do I get a friend’s forgiveness after I made a horrible mistake?
This past summer I finally learned the true meaning of the saying, “If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen.”
If you’re an average YouTube-addicted student like me, you’ve probably heard of Nigahiga, Kevjumba, and Wong Fu Productions, who have some of the most-subscribed YouTube channels of all time; their popular videos receive millions of views.
Whenever I see a half-Asian person in a movie, I get so excited that I almost want to high five the actor or actress.
Alexandra Wallace, listen up: not all Asian languages are the same.
Kimono-inspired skimpy costumes and fan-twirling Asian backup dancers seem to be all the rage in the American pop music video scene these days.
As I watched Late Autumn in a nearly empty theater at Koreatown’s CGV Cinemas, I thought to myself that a certain element of the film seemed out of the ordinary.