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Steven Yeun: 'The Walking Dead' aims for my groin: Steven Yeun, who plays Glenn on The Walking Dead, talks about all the crazy stuff [spoilers!] that happened to him on this week's episode of The Walking Dead.

Why 'A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas' Got Made: Jeff Yang talks to John Cho, Kal Penn and co-writer Jon Hurwitz on why the third Harold & Kumar movie had to be Christmas movie, and why it had to be in 3D.

The Story Behind A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas, As Told by the Screenwriters: On the occasion of the third installment of the Harold and Kumar franchise, screenwriters Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg explain how A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas was almost Harold & Kumar and the Legend of Eazy-E's Stash.

Insane 1977 movie sent Bruce Lee to Hell to meet Popeye, Dracula, and James Bond: io9 has a nice cursory rundown of some of the weirdest movies within one of the strangest genres in the history of cinema, Bruceploitation.

Badass of the Week: Daniel Inouye: "...he's a face-crushing asskicker named Daniel K. Inouye, and his story is so over-the-top insane that if you saw it in a movie you'd think the screenwriter was totally full of shit."

Grading This Week's Top Ten K-Pop Songs: As someone with very little understanding of popular Korean music, this recent Grantland post by David Cho is extremely insightful (and entertaining).

More Asian Science Fiction and Fantasy Movies that Hollywood Could Totally Whitewash: With Akira well on its way to full-fledged racebent movie disaster, here's io9's list of Asian movies that Hollywood could still whitewash.

Das Racist asks you to 'Relax' while it makes you uncomfortable: "Or you could do what the Brooklyn trio Das Racist did, which is to write scabrously hilarious songs that make the music and media elite feel very, very bad about itself."

The 2011 CHOW 13: CHOW's third annual look at the most influential people in food and drink honors folks like BaoHaus chef Eddie Huang, and Huy Fong Foods founder David Tran, the man who gave us Sriracha.

Theater Review: Chinglish Is More Than Just Mangled Language: "Hwang is, at heart, a teacher, and he's written a teaching play, with a sound-it-out approach to Sino-American cultural chasms and the power asymmetries that arise when naive Western absolutism stumbles into the quantum fog that is guanxi, i.e. "relationships.""

For Envoy To China, The Personal And Political Mix: With a great deal media attention, U.S. Ambassador to Beijing Gary Locke recently paid a visit to his family's ancestral village in southern China.

Redistricting offers Asian-Americans a political opportunity to gain fair representation: Margaret Fung, executive director of the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund, talks about redistricting, representation and Asian American political power.

Combating Asian-American stereotypes as a young female: In this opinion column for the Daily Sundial, CSU Northridge Hansook Oh gets real about the her rocky path to embracing her Asian American identity.

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