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Surf City Writer Aug 16
Replying to @SurfCityWriter
2/3 Aerial with approximate location of Soto Nishikawa's shop, just steps from the Pavilion and near the present-day Balboa Fun Zone. Nishikawa was one of the local business leaders who advocated in 1925 for the County to make improvements to Newport Harbor.
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Tim Lau Aug 15
1/ My takeaways: Standard but solid romcom w/ lots of nuance under the surface. It was exciting to see the diversity of the Chinese diaspora—& the tension of Asian vs. experience—on the big screen. Props for use of my family's Hokkien & Cantonese dialects!
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Dan Kim  김명준 Aug 15
Happy & sad for . Happy to see *any stories onscreen, though the themes in the book & film are universal. Sad, bc Hollywood still sees us as a foreign, non-English-speaking demo - not human beings with their own agency, creative gifts, & passions.
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Nicholas Lepham Aug 16
I wish I had known about your role in this so I could have properly thanked you when I met you at the DNC in Philly a year ago. You may not realize how important that film was for many of us folks growing up but we are eternally grateful.
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Jenny 5h
Just started this book and I can't put it down! Love it so far.
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CBWCHC Aug 8
It was an empowering afternoon with NYS Assemblymember , who spoke with Project AHEAD interns and CBWCHC staff about channeling our unique strengths to speak up for issues impacting populations.
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Elizabeth Tang Aug 14
Replying to @elizabethtang
women under-report sexual harassment due to stigma within our own communities. We have work to do too: 1. End the culture of "saving face" 2. Stop "protecting" MOC from white America at the expense of WOC 3. Kill the myth of exceptionalism Listen:
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Elizabeth Tang Aug 14
Replying to @elizabethtang
THREAD: women have been hypersexualized from the beginning of our interactions with white America. Our first Hollywood representations were influenced by WWII + Korean War when we were used as sex objects to “boost morale” for US soldiers 1/ Listen:
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Clark Lee 19h
This type of comment and behavior does not belong in the Democratic Party and does not belong anywhere.
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ET 18h
Delightful, funny & heartwarming: kudos to for this impactful display of in a modern rom com based on the book by . You must watch !! Thanks to for hosting.
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Jenny Lam 7h
Today's my ! In honor of me (in true fashion), to this triptych of when I tried on my maternal grandma's glasses: Jan. 1990, terrible twos, grandparents' house.
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Caroline Fan 21h
Oof. I have heard so frequently the equivalent in politics: " aren't good candidates, aren't good campaign managers." There's a reason why I'm active politically. I'm the only woman// POC in the room. ALL THE TIME.
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Chang Chiu Aug 10
Replying to @changchiu
Reading that makes me think about my friends who might have pursued acting, but gave up on those dreams because it didn't seem viable as a career. This movie will open doors for Asian-Americans in Hollywood and elsewhere. It will change how others view us in society. 4/
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Mr. J Aug 7
Replying to @kimmaayy
isn't good for you or your culture. It's 1 movie/1 book. Certain people are framing the movie as the Great Hope of media. There are as many ways to be Asian as there are Asian people. Black Americans have had a similar media discussion for decades.😏
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Elizabeth Tang Aug 14
Replying to @elizabethtang
The US saw women as sex workers (HK), "bargirls" (Vietnam) & geishas (Japan). But all WOC have a promiscuity stereotype. Black="sassy," Latina="spicy," MENA="exotic," Native="sexy Pocahontas." White supremacy & patriarchy go hand in hand 2/ Listen:
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Pravesh Jain Aug 15
.Aashutosh former journalist is Aap has resigned from party. Internal democracy of party is at its low. Party governed by top few. AAP is also like any other rotten party. Would aashutosh come back to profession or follow Arun shourie like writer,political commentator etc.
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Grace Wing-Yuan Toy Aug 14
More news, thanks - Bklyn’s Chinese Community Tell Their Side Of Infamous Nail Salon Brawl -
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Justin Jones Aug 13
Thanks to the AAPI Democratic Club for the opportunity to address members about economic development in Clark County!
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Joyce 潘敏 2h
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Erin Pangilinan 3h
Like every daughter not wanting to be a doctor nurse or some other traditional profession. I def can relate, minus Crazy Rich Asians, some of us didn’t grow up rich. How I Learned, at 29, to Finally Let Go of My Need For Approval
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