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Japanese Department Store May Want to Look Up the Word 'Fucking': "If only we could have sat in on the meeting where the marketing team for this Osaka department store came up with the idea for their 'Fuckin' Sale.'"

An Asian-American Veteran Reflects on When Discipline Becomes Hazing: "The circumstances surrounding Private Chen's death have raised many issues in my mind such as the line between hazing and discipline, and the perceptions of Asian-Americans toward military service."

Is Hollywood 'whitewashing' Asian roles? The answer is yes.

'2 Broke Girls' Creator's Bizarre Way of Defending Ethnic Stereotypes: More Stereotypes: More on 2 Broke Girls executive producer Michael Patrick King's much-publicized altercation/meltdown with journalists last week at the Television Critics Association winter press tour.

1st Annual National Film Society Awards: Recorded live just outside of Los Angeles, it's the 1st Annual National Film Society Awards, featuring special guests and the highly-coveted Barrel Man statuettes.

Being Mad on Twitter: Margaret Cho writes about how and why she recently "blew a fucking gasket" while responding some haters on Twitter.

The YOMYOMF Network: The Show About the UCLA Student who Fought with the Libyan Rebels: The YOMYOMF Network is developing a YouTube show with Chris Jeon, the UCLA student who spent his summer vacation fighting alongside Libyan rebels.

Hip-hop that helps kids stay out of trouble: Here's a great CNN article on Patrick Huang, aka DJ Phatrick, and his work with the after school program Sessions LA, which uses hip hop to keep kids out of trouble.

Shit White Guys Say... to Asian Girls: Another "Shit ____ Say" parody.

The Chinese-Takeout Container Is Uniquely American: "The structure has come to represent the idea of Eastern cuisine in Western society even though this packaging is not used for food containment in Chinese culture."

Chinese Britons have put up with racism for too long: Although Chinese Britons are the fourth-largest minority ethnic group in the United Kingdom, they are virtually invisible in public life, principally the arts, media and politics.

The Making of a 20-Something Multimillionaire Serial Entrepreneur: Gurbaksh Chahal dropped out of high school at 16 to become an entrepreneur, and went from bullied kid to multimillionaire twenty-something.

Meet the New Law Librarian of Congress, David Mao: An interview with David Mao, who recently took up the post as Law Librarian of Congress.

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