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“The key to immortality is first living a life worth remembering.” – Bruce Lee
“If you love life, don’t waste time, for time is what life is made up of.”-Bruce Lee
“A goal is not always meant to be reached, it often serves simply as something to aim at.”- Bruce Lee
“Showing off is the fool’s idea of glory.” – Bruce Lee
The Smithsonian Institution created the Asian Pacific American Program to provide vision, leadership, and support for Asian Pacific American (APA) activities at the Smithsonian, while serving as the Smithsonian’s liaison to Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.
Since I was busy working with my fellow Offenders with the Interpretations Film Initiative, I’ve kind of neglected the Short Film Spotlight here on the
BEIJING – The business of helping pregnant Chinese women to give birth in the United States has attracted an increasing number of people to the market. However, one insider predicts it will come to an end in five years. The trend of giving birth in the US began in Shanghai and has now spread to Beijing, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hangzhou and other big cities.
Jia Zijun said competition in Beijing is less fierce than in Shanghai and the capital is the fastest growing market, so she chose it as the location for her company’s Chinese representative office.
You are looking at the “Ushiku Daibutsu” a bronze statue that depicts “Amitabha Buddha” and it is the tallest bronze statue in the world measuring 120 meters in height and you can visit at the Ibaraki Prefecture in Japan. (more…)
Hurray (itself a word of Mongol origin) for cultural anthropologist and Macalester College professor Jack Weatherford who reclaims Genghis Khan from a much maligned history that defines him as “the quintessential barbarian,” leading an army of “savage hordes lusting after gold, women, and blood.”
The Mexi-Asian Persepctive: A Mexican’s Guide to All Things Latin, Asian, or Both by David A. Romero
Will the Real Emi M. Please Stand Up? by David A. Romero What do b-boys, b-girls, Japanese kokeshi dolls and the art of crocheting have in common?
QUENTIN Quentin Lee is the film hustler. A severely edited-for-TV version of his latest feature The People I’ve Slept With that he directed and produced
(Read Quentin’s previous guest blogs here and here)
For most girls in Vietnam, the typical high school memories consist of a long slender white Ao Dai. For years, this white Ao Dai has become a symbol of class and grace that is not only cherished and respected but is also a unique image that belongs solely to Vietnam. However, as the country steps f
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Ming Xi in Editorial for Vogue China, December 2010
Model: Ming Xi (Ford)
Editorial: Flying High
Magazine: Vogue China, December 2010
Photographer: Lachlan Bailey
Stylist: Mélanie Huynh
Hair: Syd Hayes
Makeup: Adrien Pinault
Manicure: Elsa Durrens
Source: Scanned by 212 @ modernparty