Eva Noblezada: The Broadway for Gen Z & 5 Places to See Her

When I first witnessed Two-time Tony nominee Eva Noblezada in Hadestown, I became Orpherus—smitten with her portrayal of Eurydice. Her mezzo-soprano voice is enchanting, filling the room with light and warmth. Her artistic prowess, Mexican-Filipina American roots and trademark chin length brunette-turned-blonde hair also add to the iconic image that is Noblezada. Born in San […]

Everything, Everywhere, All At Once:  11 Movie Quotes

Warning: the following contains spoilers If you haven’t seen the incomparable absurdist film Everything Everywhere All At Once, it is high time you did. Made by Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert–a filmmaking duo collectively known as Daniels–the new action-sci-fi-dramedy is out of this world. In the age of reboots, the film comes as a fresh […]

Steve Aoki Makes a Bop for Cowboy Bebop

Disclaimer: Although Netflix has since canceled the show, we really enjoyed watching it and working on this piece.  “3, 2, 1… Let’s Jam!” Influential and ahead of its time, the anime series Cowboy Bebop received global acclaim in the early 2000s and became a gateway into other animes—now it’s back as a live-action Netflix series. […]

Naomi Osaka Docuseries Review: Redefining The Definition of a Tennis Champ

Tennis superstar, activist, sister, designer, badass: Haitain-Japanese American Naomi Osaka has expanded what it means to be a tennis pro. Osaka serves intentionally into her public and private lives which is what makes her a wonderful activist. Every choice 23-year-old Osaka makes seems to revolutionize tennis. Her eponymous three part Netflix docuseries gave more insight […]

“Where Are You From?”: Investigating the Psychological Origins of Anti-Asian Hate Crimes

Please donate to https://www.gofundme.com/c/act/stop-aapi-hate if you are financially able. As I read each anti-Asain hate crime, I can’t help but ask myself “why?”–each one adding to the stack of violence against people with my skin tone. Comprehending why these hate crimes are happening is just as important as taking action. I know I have been […]

There’s A Disconnect: Unsolicited Advice About Navigating The Uptick in Screen Time

Like many, my whole life became pixelated once COVID-19 took over the globe. As the virus marches on to the beat of “I’m sorry, can you hear me?,” it is imperative we address our collective online etiquette. With extreme platforms on the rise like Parler, it seems like the miscommunication chasm of the internet increases […]

Meet Chris Lam: An Intersection of Queer and Asian

Hailing from Irvine, California, Chris Lam’s journey has been a long and humbling one. Originally an Electrical Engineering and Computer Science major from UC Berkeley, Lam has departed from his major decided to pursue a career as an on-camera host and a content producer. Growing up as a queer Cantonese-Taiwanese American, Lam has learned how […]

7 Asian American Female Artists to Look Out For in 2019

Gingee Gingee is a multi-talented Filipina DJ, producer, kulingtang artist, and vocalist among her many artistic talents. Her work is a reflection of the sounds and cultures she has been exposed to growing up in Los Angeles. Gingee’s productions incorporate the sounds of percussion instruments such as the kulintang (gongs native to the Philippines), kettle […]