By Albert Hur and Teen Adam (who knows pick-up) and Teen (who has no idea) debate with JT Tran (who invented it) about Asian pick-up artistry and whether it's a positive or negative to Asian American male identity. His website is: http://www.abcsofattraction.com/
By Albert Hur and Teen Eliza Romero-Kovalsky talks with Teen about her viral blog post addressed to Asian women married to white guys. https://aestheticdistance.com/blog//dear-asian-women-im-calling-you-out-on-this-one
By Albert Hur and Teen Adam, Kevin and Teen get an update from United Airlines on their re-accomodation techniques, and we try as hard as we can to avoid talking about Ghost In The Shell.
By Albert Hur and Teen Franklin, Adam, and Teen talk about the shitshow of Iron Fist, the rapacious nature of show business, and why subject/object confusion plagues the Asian critique of Hollywood.
By Albert Hur and Teen Varun, of the AAPI Victory Fund, and Teen discuss the Asian American voter turnout and results, the batshit insanity of the current administration, who we want to see run in 2020, and what real leadership should look like.
By Albert Hur and Teen Adam and Teen talk about Jordan Peele's premier film 'Get Out,' Raoul Peck's 'I Am Not Your Negro,' and the importance and explanatory power of African American arts.
By Albert Hur and Teen Adam and Teen dissect the movie The Great Wall, why it's absolutely a white savior, white male with Asian female romance of the simplest sort, and yet why it's worth watching to see this mediocre action movie. Also, long live Fast and Furious, an ideologically American film we can get…
By Albert Hur and Teen We talk to filmmaker Kenneth Eng about his documentary "My Life In China," which recently re-debuted on PBS's Facebook Live channel. It's one of our favorite documentaries and a perfect example of the kind of biographical histories we wish to see more of. http://www.pbs.org/pov/blog/povdocs/2016/05/america-reframed-unfiltered-kenneth-eng-and-self-realization-through-documentary/
By Albert Hur and Teen Teen describes hanging out with white friends and talking to a white woman who wonders why a friend is bordering on dating Asian exclusively.
By Albert Hur and Teen Shen Al and Teen fumble around with and mansplain feminism as best they can. Also, a shouting match over The Slants' first amendment Supreme Court case and whether it adds up to anything worth our time.