Hudson Yang (11), Forrest Wheeler (10), and Ian Chen (8) play Eddie, Emery, and Evan on the ABC family sitcom “Fresh Off the Boat.” The show premiered last Wednesday, but… More
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In “Fresh Off the Boat,” which premieres with two episodes this Wednesday, Constance Wu plays the strict but loving matriarch Jessica Huang. Her husband Louis (Randall Park) has moved their… More
By Jean Ho Driving down Santa Monica Boulevard last week, my jaw dropped open when I cruised past an enormous billboard hanging over the entrance to the 101 freeway, advertising… More
By Dino-Ray Ramos From Emmy award-winning directors to iconic actors to unconventional game show champions, 2014 was a good year for Asian Americans in entertainment. Each year, the APA community… More
A couple weeks ago, Sony was the victim of an invasive cyberattack that leaked the corporation’s private emails, sensitive data, developing scripts, and unreleased films to the public. The crime was conducted by… More
The Emmy nominations were announced last week and as usual, the internet reacted accordingly. TV critics, bloggers, and the general denizens of pop culture took to Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and every other social media outlet to let the world know what they thought of the newly announced nominees—but the biggest focus, as expected, was who got snubbed. I am here to add to that focus.
By Dino-Ray Ramos Asian Americans don’t have as strong of a presence on TV as the African American or Latino communities. Asian Americans don’t have a Tyler Perry figure to… More
This month Cinema Asian America offers the long-unavailable, pioneering first feature film co-directed by Lee and Justin Lin (“Fast and Furious,” “Better Luck Tomorrow“), “Shopping For Fangs”. Originally released in… More
While audiences impatiently await the release of Quentin Lee’s latest feature “White Frog” (starring Harry Shum Jr, Bobo Cheng, Joan Chen and scheduled for a 2013 release), this month Cinema Asian American offers the long-unavailable, pioneering first feature film co-directed by Lee and Justin Lin (“Fast and Furious,” “Better Luck Tomorrow”), “Shopping For Fangs”.