Judith Hill Shares Her Mom’s Immigration Story

Originally released September 3, 2018 As many people in the Asian American community can likely agree, learning about those who came before can do a lot in not only understanding one’s family history, but also coming to terms with oneself. Singer-songwriter Judith Hill provided insight into her family history through a short video she released …

Judith Hill is Back and Invites You to “The Pepper Club”

Originally published on May 18, 2018 It’s been a minute since new music has been heard from Judith Hill; the last time being back in 2015, when she dropped her debut album, BACK IN TIME. But now, it looks like new tunes from this soulful singer are on the horizon. Hill released a funky new …

AMERICAN CRIME STORY: From the Perspective of Andrew Cunanan

Originally published on January 17, 2018 On July 15, 1997, Italian fashion designer Gianni Versace was shot and killed outside his mansion in Miami, Florida at the age of 50, by spree killer Andrew Cunanan. He was the fifth and final victim of the FBI Most Wanted Fugitive, before taking his own life eight days …

Hapa Mag Launches Inaugural Issue

Originally published on September 7, 2017 Yesterday saw the release of a new magazine called Hapa Mag. Founded by Alex Chester, the voice behind the Me So Hapa blog, the mission of this quarterly publication is to celebrate and capture the many existing identities, perspectives, stories, and experiences within the Hapa community. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nVU5e6NmZwE&feature=youtu.be Yesterday saw …

A Question Regarding the Casting for EVERYTHING, EVERYTHING

Originally published on May 17, 2017 This Friday will see the release of the film, EVERYTHING, EVERYTHING. Directed by Stella Meghie, it is an adaptation of Nicola Yoon’s 2015 young adult novel of the same name. Maddy Whittier (Amandla Stenberg) has lived a majority of her life at home due to an incredibly rare illness …

ANDI MACK: A Disney Channel Show with Long-Awaited Edge

Andi Mack is on the verge of turning thirteen when her older sister, Bex, returns home in order to get her life together. With a tight group of friends who have her back and a crush on the captain of her middle school’s frisbee team, nothing can prepare Andi for the secret that Bex drops on her first day of adolescence: Bex is actually Andi’s mother. From there on out, Andi can already tell that life as she knows it will never be the same.

Two Different Films, One Commonality: POI E and WINDOW HORSES

POI E and WINDOW HORSES are very different works that are connected by the shared experience of re-connecting with one’s roots through the arts; whether that be through music like in the former or poetry with the latter. It’s for this reason, along with all that make these two films the individual works they are, that I will be recommending them both to anyone and everyone whenever I can.

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