The Significance of that One Cameo in “Crazy Rich Asians” – For Multiracial Media, I shed a light on a particular cameo from the film and the significance her appearance had to me. (BONUS: Kina actually shared the essay with her followers on Twitter!)
YOMYOMF Blockbuster Showdown: SEARCHING – About a week away from its nationwide release, us Offenders discussed our thoughts on this Sundance-recognized psychological thriller starring John Cho.
As I had explained in advance, this last weekend of the month is incredibly busy for me, and so naturally, there hasn’t been as much time nor head space to come up with something substantial to write for this week. However, with “Crazy Rich Asians” out in theaters for a week and a half now, I figured that re-sharing the links to all the pieces I alone have written about the film prior to and after its release would make for a good Recommended Analyzing post. Continue reading ““Crazy Rich Asians” from My Certain Points of View: Recommended Reading”
First Look at STAR WARS RESISTANCE is Revealed – For YOMYOMF, I delve in on the first good look on the upcoming anime-inspired STAR WARS series, as well as speculate over who Christopher Sean will be playing.
YOMYOMF Blockbuster Showdown: CRAZY RICH ASIANS – The Offenders and I have a 5,000-word group discussion over our thoughts on the highly anticipated “Crazy Rich Asians.”
This year is my second consecutive year of having a one-act play I’ve written be featured in “Stories High;” Bindlestiff Studio’s annual showcase of new works being performed, by way of writing, acting, and directing workshops coming together.
“Infinite Range” is the name of my play, and at the time of writing this blog post, I’ve yet to see it in its final form. Much like I’ve done in the past, today I want to go over the inspiration, the conception, and the creation of this script. Continue reading “Playwright’s Commentary: “Infinite Range””
I pause today from my regular blog post. It’s been a busy few days, and starting next week, things are about to get even busier.
I would, however, like to you remind you all that “Stories High XVIII” begins its run next Thursday at Bindlestiff Studio. If you are interested in going, you can buy your tickets here.
In addition, I will be appearing at the Local Authors Book Fair two weeks from today at the Mountain View Public Library. It’s a free event, and so if you are in the area, I hope you come out to that as well.
And with that, here is what you missed: Continue reading “What Did I Miss?: The One Day Early Edition (August 5th-11th)”
Understanding the Asian American Divide – I am one of several interviewees quoted in this new article from April Magazine writer J. Maraan regarding the outlook and representation of Southeast Asians.
Auli’i Cravalho Sings Out Encouragement in “Live Your Story” -For YOMYOMF, I shed light on a new song by the beloved “Moana” voice actor.
While a post like this would be more so expected on any other day, it’s otherwise atypical for me to make announcements like this on a Saturday. But given the magnitude of what I’m about to reveal, I feel that these two announcements deserve the spotlight of my regular Saturday blog post.
So August is actually going to be quite a month for me as both an author and a playwright. To be able to be present in different events where I get to embrace these identities of mine in the same month really uplifts me, even amidst the struggles I’ve been experiencing as a writer recently. At this time, I’m going to go ahead and break down just what you can anticipate from me this month: Continue reading “August Anticipations”