“Not A Chinaman’s Chance”: The Modern Day Yellow Peril

(7 min read) How does a pen become a knife? On June 14th, the King's County Sheriff's Office received several panicked 911 calls insisting that a man with a knife was threatening people. One resident was so fearful that he fired a "warning shot" from his personal handgun, then retreated into his home. Eyewitnesses would later…

TMFL Episode 83: Target Harvard

By Albert Hur and Teen Sheng Matt, Adam and Teen -- all 3 Ivy League assholes in some form or fashion -- debate the merits of the legal challenge brought by Asian American students against Harvard for racial discrimination targeted at applicants of Asian ethnicity.  And a brief mention of how a young Chinese American…

TMFL Episode 81: The New McCarthyism, and Bay Area Bullshit

By Albert Hur and Teen Sheng Adam and Teen talk about (1) the ongoing obsession with Russian collusion and whether it verges towards McCarthy era xenophobia despite it being the "good guys" alleging it, and (2) the strange silence about the racial aspect of bad news coming out of the Bay Area about white guy…

TMFL Episode 80: Friday Night Bullshesh

By Albert Hur and Teen Sheng Adam and his brother Matt have a Friday night Skype bull session with Teen to discuss some current topics: (1) Guardians of the Galaxy 2 and white nationalism, (2) The Slants' Supreme Court victory, (3) Otto Warmbier's death and (4) the obscenity of the Philando Castile shooting.  It's quite…

TMFL Episode 79: K-Town Behind The Scenes (Parts 1 & 2)

By Albert Hur and Teen Sheng Eugene Choi sits down with Teen, u/47_bronin, and some other friends to finally tell the untold story about the making of the reality series "K-Town" and its follow-up successor "Roll Models."  Eugene shares his thoughts on making a dent in Hollywood, the use and abuse of hype, and having…

TMFL Episode 78: A Korean Adoptee At Home In White America

By Albert Hur and Teen Sheng Adam tells Teen about growing up as a Korean American adopted by white and Jewish parents.  We talk about the personal experience of it, its political wrappings, the injustice of Judge John C. Odell's enforcement of Adam Crapser's deportation to South Korea, and the frustration of talking about adoption…