In our Summer 2011 issue, we introduced you to celebrity dermatologist Dr. Jessica Wu’s new book Feed Your Face: Younger, Smother Skin and a Beautiful Body in 28 Delicious Days. Here, some more beautifying tips from the skin guru.
In our Summer 2011 issue, host and filmmaker Angela Sun gave us some tips on how to green our life. Here, more of Angela Sun’s green recommendations:
One couple takes guerilla marketing to a whole other level.
ISSUE: Spring 2011
DEPT: Cultural Collage
PHOTOS: CHARLES KANG AND CAT LEE
Last year we littered Los Angeles with wildflower seeds — freeways, center dividers, sidewalks, parking lots, all over the place.
Audrey Magazine: Given England’s long association with India, I was a bit surprised to read that you experienced so much racism growing up — a very similar experience for many Asian Americans growing up in the ’70s. Can you tell us a bit more about your experience and how you came to embrace your Indian heritage?
In our Summer 2011 issue, we featured Greek actress Dilshad Vadsaria, who will be making her big screen debut in the new Jesse Eisenberg film 30 Minutes or Less this August. Here, more of our conversation with the actress.
It was already difficult enough narrowing down which ladies to be a part of our Body of Quirks photo shoot but then, we ended up with some really great shots that didn’t make the actual page!
Here are some outtakes of the shoot. Enjoy!
In honor of our new Summer issue featuring Li Bing Bing, the star of Wayne Wang‘s newest feature film Snow Flower and the Secret Fan (in theaters July 15), we’re giving away free subscriptions to the first five people to comment on this post (either for yourself or a friend!).
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When we lose our loved ones, we want to keep their memories alive.
Award-winning designer Evelyn Huang of evenlynH is doing just that with her latest venture, The Forever Sunshine Project. Huang named the project in honor of a close friend, Fanny Sun, who passed away last year from Thymic Carcinoma – a rare, malignant cancer that affects the thymus gland.
New York Times‘ Modern Love column is always a refreshing insight into the nuances and complexities of modern love.
In the latest column, Bringing Home the Wrong Race, actress (and all-around babe) Diane Farr (Californication, Numb3rs) writes about dating a Korean American man–and finding out his parents don’t approve of her because she’s white. She shares about the couple’s trials and tribulations to getting to where they are today–married with three kids.