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Reigniting a Dream with a Push from the Asian American Community

Justin Leong, a man who was swayed by the demands of life, has found a chance to face his fugly side: making a lot of excuses to remain in his comfort zone. Finally, he overcame this last June 2020 by simply taking a pencil to begin his comics called The Fugly Dumpling which now has a whopping 19,000+ readers.
Arts/Entertainment

The K-Pop Groups We Stan

The popularity of K-Pop has created opportunities to form close communities which are filled with hot discussions about personal biases, concert dates, tours, merchandise, and more! Wondering what all the excitement is about? We didn’t want you to miss out on the fun so we’re giving a quick roundup of these groups and some of their popular songs!
Arts/Entertainment

START-UP: An Impressive K-Drama For The Budding Entrepreneur In All Of Us

Start-Up is all about one’s journey in building their own company from scratch but it goes a bit deeper than that. Find out a couple of things that we find impressive about the series to give you a quick view of what makes it interesting to watch!
Interviews

Fortune Favors the Average Joe

Raj Subrameyer who is an Average Joe launches his new book, Skyrocket Your Career, which shares useful tips on how to stop running on autopilot and begin to aspire to find your true passion and identity.
Arts/Entertainment

Token Theatre debuts with rom-com play Zac Efron

Token Theatre’s debut play, “Zac Efron”, is a rom-com about Asian gay men looking for love. Co-written by Rhee and actor & Token director of development, Wai Yim. The company will have an online reading of scenes from the play this Thursday and Saturday, directed by Helen Young and starring Broadway veteran Telly Leung.
Community

Easter Eggs: FROM OUR FAMILY TO YOURS

Disney Christmas Advert 2020 - Filipino things you might have missed while you were crying, from household items to minor audible things.
Arts/Entertainment

‘Parasite’ Becomes Vanguard of Oscars History

In the recent 92nd Academy Awards, Parasite made history as it became the sixth foreign language film to win the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay.
Interviews

Lisa Tejaro is Whip-Smart in "Wit"

​Lisa Tejaro is one of Chicago's finest actors, giving what the Chicago Sun-Times calls "a whip-smart, ultimately crushing performance" in The Hypocrites production of "Wit".
Interviews

Meet Siddhartha Rajan

Siddhartha Rajan is an actor in "A Disappearing Number" by Complicite at TimeLine Theatre running until April 9, 2017.
Interviews

Tatsu Aoki Presents Reduction at the MCA

Tatsu Aoki is a leading advocate for the Asian American community; a prolific composer and performer of traditional and experimental music forms; and a filmmaker and educator.
Interviews

Stephanie Jae Park Shines in Goodman Theatre's, "War Paint"

Stephanie Jae Park is a talented singer, actress, and dancer who shines in the World Premiere musical, "War Paint" from the acclaimed Broadway team of librettist Doug Wright, composer Scott Frankel, lyricist Michael Korie, and director Michael Greif. "War Paint" runs at Goodman Theatre until August 21, 2016 and is the powerful tale of two masters of self-invention who sacrificed everything to become the country’s first major female entrepreneurs.
Interviews

Sam Simahk - The King and I

Lyric Opera’s grand-scale production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King and I runs through May 22. Meet the talented Sam Simahk who plays the role of Lun Tha.