TMFL Episode 67: Kenny Probably Wants Some Cola

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/

TMFL Episode 61: Talking Terrace House — All Hail Yuto Handa

By Albert Hur and Teen Jack, Qu, and Jay join Teen to praise and critically discuss Netflix's reality television series 'Terrace House.'  It's an infectious show, for Asian and non-Asians alike, and much ink and pixel has been spilled about it.  We wanted to share our thoughts about what made it so fascinating, and to…

TMFL Episode 54: The Missing Asian Intellectualism in the American Ethnostate

By Albert Hur and Teen Al, Teen, and to some extent a variety of shouting Lambdabros argue for a culture of intellectualism among Asian Americans as a way of navigating and surviving the coming era of the White American Ethnostate.  To Teen, this is all potentially way, way worse than the progressive media is allowing…