Review of Holiday Heroine by Sarah Kuhn – For Goodreads, I give a brief take on the final installment of this Asian American superheroine series.
Review of The Many Daughters of Afong Moy by Jamie Ford – For Goodreads, I provide a short glimpse at my thoughts on the latest novel from this New York Times Bestselling author.
Twenty Years After “Whale Rider,” There’s Still Much to Love – In a cross post for JoySauce and Mixed Asian Media, I acknowledge the 20th anniversary of this highly celebrated New Zealand film and dive into why it means so much to me. (The version on Mixed Asian Media, titled “Finding Representation and Meaning in Whale Rider,” can be read here.)
The Quality of Asian Representation in ‘Cobra Kai’ Season 5 – For The Nerds of Color, I analyze in depth how well the Asian characters were written in the latest season of the Netflix series.
Ten years ago this month, I wrote, what would eventually become, the tenth chapter of A Moment’s Worth. While I didn’t make the conscious decision to write a book until a few months later, to me, I see it as the starting point of everything that has come since then for me, creatively. Continue reading “Thoughts About Where I Am As a Creative”
Hey everyone! So clearly, I am posting this a few days earlier than I normally would on my blog, but the reason why is aside from this weekend being busy, the subject in which I’m addressing officially kicks off today. Continue reading “Check out Mixed Asian Media Fest 2022!”
Well, it’s been a week, and I’m happy to report that I succeeded with my challenge. I watched all four films and earlier this week, that family member watched “Everything Everywhere All At Once” for the first time. The response: Well, he certainly had the most low-key reactions I’ve ever seen anyone make to the film. Continue reading “Results of the Labor Day Weekend Movie Challenge”
I’ve been a touch mum since the conclusion of the Kickstarter campaign for Dasig. While work on the graphic novel continues on, life moves forward, and today, I’m bringing something a little different to the table. Continue reading “Labor Day Weekend Movie Challenge”