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Culture

What Happens When A Millenial Quits Social Media For a Month?

by Ethel Navales
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If you’re a Millennial, you’ve probably been told that you’re obsessed with social media. And even if you deny it, there’s some part of you that knows this is true. But really, how can we not

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Culture

It’s Her World – You’re Just Living In It

by Audrey Magazine
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Paul Nakayama discovers what cohabitation really means — plucked eyebrows and all. I’d never lived with a woman prior to getting married — you know, like 24-7 in the same tiny apartment for a pe

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Culture

#GoodMuslimBadMuslim’s Taz Ahmed Shakes Up the Mainstream Narrative

by Audrey Magazine
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Story by Jean Ho Photo by Les Talusan   Sometimes the best ideas arise from outlandish jokes shared between friends — something so silly and farfetched that you’d never think other people wou

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Arts & Sports

Swimmer Ning Zetao Wins China’s Heart With Gold Medals and Humble Nature

by Pauline Yang
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This fine young lad is China’s latest athletic sweetheart. Ning Zetao made his country proud after winning gold in the 100-meter freestyle at the 2015 FINA World Aquatics Championships in Kazan, Rus

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Culture

Kathleen Kim Plays Madame Mao in the Opera ‘Nixon in China’

by Audrey Magazine
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  Story by Shinyung Oh Photo by Taeuk Kang   The unexpected diva is a force to be reckoned with in opera houses and stages the world over. “Diva” may be the last word that comes to mind

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Culture

Jeannie Lee is the Woman Behind Satine Boutiques

by Audrey Magazine
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Story by Jean Ho Photo by Frank Lee Jeannie Lee wants to know how I get so much volume in my hair. Feeling a little intimidated, I sheepishly blurt out that my hair hasn’t been washed in two days an

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Culture

Lea Salonga Pledges ‘Allegiance’ On Broadway

by Audrey Magazine
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Story by Teena Apeles Lea Salonga was just 20 when she graced the Broadway stage in 1991 with her Tony Award-winning debut as Kim in Miss Saigon. Of course, she had already been a bona fide star since

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Culture

Strike Back Is One of the Most Fun Shows Will Yun Lee Has Ever Worked On

by Jianne Lasaten
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  Story by Jianne Lasaten Photo by Bjoern Kommerell   When one thinks of Will Yun Lee, the talented Korean American martial artist and actor with a long résumé full of ass-kicking villain

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Culture

Getting to Know Z Nation’s Pisay Pao

by Pauline Yang
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Story by Pauline Yang Photo by Mare Von Borstel “Who is better off: the living or the dead?” For Z Nation, the Syfy zombie series returning for a second season on September 11, the seemingly mor

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Pop Culture

Linda Dong Makes Comedic Videos That Young Girls Can Relate To

by Ada Tseng
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It started with a camcorder her dad bought her when she was 11 years old. Vietnamese Canadian actress Linda Dong, 22, who has garnered 590,000-plus subscribers and 78 million views on her YouTube chan

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