Picking up at nearly 3 million views, this video from Los Angeles based chiropractor Ryan Lee has gone viral over the past couple of days on the internet. While we're sure Ryan was very intentional on marketing the services of his clinic, we can't help but wonder if he bothered to show anyone else this video before allowing it to go live on the YouTube. In fact, he appears just tad bit creepy and this video might even turn away customers. But then again, he is receiving a lot of public attention (although we're sure he wasn't expecting this kind). Check out the video below!
DEPT: Pop-arrazi AUTHOR: Kanara Ty ISSUE: Spring 2013 "Marie Lu is at her best in Prodigy, the sequel to her New York Times bestseller Legend, giving us the most exciting follow-up to a debut novel the young adult genre has seen in a long time."
DEPT: Pop-arazzi AUTHOR: Kanara Ty ISSUE: Spring 2013 "The NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author of the highly popular teen dystopian novel LEGEND and the sequel PRODIGY sits down with us to talk about who she thinks would make a great day and June in the film version, her next book in the series, due out in 2014, and the importance of (hot) asian american male leads in literature."
Hands down, my favorite editorial of the year so far. i-D once again, never disappoints. Click on for the rest of the editorial!
One of the biggest debates concerning Asian culture has been how Asian parent's raise their children. The phrase "strict Asian parent" has become a well-known stereotype and yet many of us can find some truth in this. It is said that Asians pride themselves in their academic achievements and are generally pushed towards a successful career. But what is the price for this success? How often do we hear of Asians who are allowed only a limited social life and pushed towards their books instead. How many times have we heard the story of an Asian forced to pursue a career their parents want...
Last season, Fox had very few successful outcomes. While we had high hopes for their newest multi-camera comedy Dads, the excitement may be short-lived. The comedy stars Seth Green and Giovanni Ribisi playing childhood friends (now in their thirties) whose lives are flipped upside down when their father's decide to move in with them. The cast will also include one of our favorites, Brenda Song. Unfortunately, the pilot preview fell short of our expectations. Aside from a few laughs, the preview began sounding problematic with Brenda Song forced into a schoolgirl outfit and performing a...
It is said that people become brutally honest during times of intoxication. We allow ourselves to feel heartbreak that we try to hold back, we tell people the things we are most afraid to admit, we even make mistakes- lots of them. Watch Wong Fru's most recent short "To Those Nights" as a reminder that the heart and mind wander to interesting places when under the influence of alcohol.
On our last Audrey Do’s and Don’ts, we gave you some tips to get ready for a date. Today, we’re gonna take it one step further and talk about the Do’s and Don’ts of the second date.
Many believe that the second date is actually more important than the first. With a first date, there’s a fifty-fifty chance that the date could be good or bad. If it’s bad, you never have to see your date again (at least not in a romantic way). The second date? Completely different story. The first impression is done and apparently it went well. The pressure of that is now replaced with the pressure of testing the waters.
You like each other. You both want more. And you both know it.
So what now? What do you wear? How physical do you get? Continue reading for Audrey’s Dos and Don’t of the second date!
The Hong Kong de Chanel Collection is that perfect gift for the about-town gal – especially the one who dreams of those sultry nights out in Hong Kong. What I love about the colors in this collection are the metallic hues that are inspired by the city lights of HK. You can’t go wrong with Chanel, right?
Buy the collection here.
Audrey covergirl, Jamie Chung has even more beautiful photos for us. Since we last spoke to Chung, the actress has kept herself quite busy. Recently, she has been playing the role of Mulan on the tv series Once Upon A Time. She is also casted for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For which is scheduled to release on October 2013.
Jamie Chung is this month’s covergirl for Bello Magzine’s Action Issue. JustJaredJr.com reports some of her responses:
” On fashion: “I feel like I have a lot of catching up to do. Only recently have I been really splurging, and experimenting, and trying new things.”
On living in NYC: “Currently, I’m staying in the financial district so it’s kind of convenient to all the different ones. I’d like to consider myself quite savvy with the subway.” “
Click on to check out more of her photos!
The Walking Dead just had its season three finale and as expected, the fans are already restless to begin the next season. While there is a divide between fans who liked and disliked the final episode, there is one thing we all can agree on – we want more. To say that the show is doing well would be an understatement. After all, it is named the most-watched drama series in basic cable history. A scroll through my facebook newsfeed on a Sunday night is enough for me to know how popular the show is. So if you (like countless others) are worried about withdrawals until the next season comes out, we’re here to help.
Here’s Steven Yeun’s recent appearance on Conan. He talks facial hair, strip clubs, and sports. We’ll let you see for yourself!
At the age of 25, Clara C has become quite the youtube sensation. After only four years since her big break, this Audrey favorite has already set a great example for young Asian American women hoping to pursue their dreams. The young artist has decided to focus her attention on the thing she loves most- music. And what if (knock on wood) music doesn’t work out for her? She has a Psychology degree in her pocket to turn to. Beauty, talent, and brains? See for yourself. Check out Clara C’s new music video below:
Let’s rejoice! Another designer collab is on our way – this time, from Derek Lam for Kohl’s. Last year, Kohl’s launched their first designer collaboration series (DesigNation) with Narisco Rodriquez – now all eyes are on Lam for their second collection. Lam found his inspiration in the city of Rio de Janiero. Prices range from $36-$88 and will include skirts, dresses, jackets, and swimwear.
Click here to shop the collection!
At the young age of 13, Kim So Hyun has made a name for herself as a rising child actress. Although she is just beginning her teenage years, she may already be looking forward to adulthood. In this fashion photoshoot for Ceci magazine, the actress shows us a more mature side to herself. Click on to see more!
After being asked a few times, Fashion Designer Pia Gladys Perey finally debuted her first runway show for 2013 Fashion Week in Los Angeles last month. Perhaps the timing never felt right until this year and it’s just a sign of the growing popularity of her brand, Pia Gladys Perey. She explains, “I have expanded my label and want to see how people from the US will react to my label. It’s very exciting and am very much looking forward to getting into the US market.”
Hannibal is premiering on NBC on April – learn a little bit about the actress who plays Beverly Katz – Hettienne Park!
Whats one of the more scarier parts of starting up a new relationship? Meeting the parents. There’s even a belief that Asian parents are a bit more scary because of such high expectations. While this may or may not be the case, meeting the parents tends to be a scary event for Asians and non-Asians alike. While you may have a tale or two to tell about your own experience, you probably never expected this to happen.
Watch the Wong Fu version of meeting the parents and comment below to tell us some of your own stories!