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Sundance 2013: In 'Linsanity,' Jeremy Lin's extraordinary journey Fresh from Sunday afternoon's world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, here's the Los Angeles Times review of Evan Jackson Leong's Linsanity, "one of the most crowd-pleasing documentaries to play the festival this year."

Why Everyone Films At The Same Damn New York Chinese Restaurant: Where in New York is that Chinese restaurant in Men In Black and Mickey Blue Eyes? Nowhere.

GQ Publishes Offensive "Hottest Women" List: Why were some of GQ's "hottest women" listed by ethnicity, while others weren't?

Things To Say; Letter to a Friend: "Your mother is your first love, the person who you loved before you even existed. So tell her you love her. But know that it will never be enough. It was never enough."

I Miss Being A Drunk: Should I Go Back To Booze After My Year Of Sobriety?: Performance artist and writer Kristina Wong on 365 days without a drop of alcohol.

Things Not to Say to the Parents of An Adopted Ethnically Asian Child: Inspired by Eliot Chang's video on "Things Asians Hate," a parent compiles a list of all the crappy things people say about adopted Asian children.

'Daddy, Why Do People Steal from Us?': Peter Chin is the pastor of a church in D.C.'s inner city. In this essay, he contemplates racial tensions in the community and how to answer his daughter's seemingly simple question.

The 10 Dishes That Made My Career: Roy Choi: From Mom's tofu to black truffles to Tommy's Burgers, find out more about chef Roy Choi's culinary influences.

Ousted 'Top Chef' contestant on her shocking elimination: Say it isn't so! If you were also screaming at your TV screens at the conclusion of the last Top Chef episode, read more about what the eliminated contestant has to say.

Jin, 'The Chinese Kid Who Raps,' Grows Up: Here's an interesting NPR piece on Jin Auyeung, aka MC Jin, on riding his roller coaster hip hop career and finding a new direction in his life.

'Last Stand': Kim Jee-Woon on Hollywood, Arnold's action comeback: Kim Jee-Woon is the South Korean director of the new Arnold Schwarzenegger action flick The Last Stand, his first Hollywood movie.

Around the Horn: 'Better Luck Tomorrow' 10th Anniversary Edition: On the anniversary of Better Luck Tomorrow's world premiere at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival, YOMYOMF's Offenders look back on their memories and the impact of the film.

Don't Be Offended by YOMYOMF, the Web's Most Diverse TV Channel: Squad 85 is "heavy on satire and sure to offend." Perfect for YOMYOMF's YouTube channel.

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