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T&C's Top 40 Bachelors: Jeremy Lin: Guess which Asian American professional basketball star made Town & Country's highly subjective, thoroughly opinionated survey of "the most eligible men in the universe."

A storybook ending: Director Evan Jackson Leong was looking for the perfect ending for his documentary on Jeremy Lin, a project he started back when Lin was at Harvard. Then Linsanity happened.

Jeremy Lin Schools His NBA Haters In 'Linsanity' Doc: Evan says he wanted to "show the evolution" of how Jeremy Lin dealt with racism -- something he's been dealing with his whole life.

Chef Who Refuses to Be Defined by His Wok: Chef/author/television personality Eddie Huang cooks delicious food and blogs it like it is, even if it means calling out superstar chefs.

Shannon Lee Talks Her New YouTube Web Series and Preserving Bruce Lee's Legacy Through New Media: An interview with Shannon Lee, daughter of Bruce Lee and CEO of Bruce Lee Enterprises.

We're In "Friend-Love" With Comic Artist Yumi Sakugawa: Comic artist and illustrator Yumi Sakugawa on her offbeat comics, inspirations, and thoughts on meditation.

Saniya Chong: The soft-spoken superstar: UConn-bound Saniya Chong, top-scoring star point guard for Ossining High in New York, was recently named Sports Illustrated's High School Player of the Week.

Remembering Jessica Lum: Hyphen magazine's founding editor Melissa Hung remembers photographer and journalist Jessica Lum, who passed away earlier this month at age 25.

Chiune Sugihara, Japan Diplomat Who Saved 6,000 Jews During Holocaust, Remembered: Holocaust survivors and their descendants remember Chiune Sugihara, the Japanese diplomat who disobeyed his government's orders and issued visas that allowed 6,000 Jews to escape from Nazi-occupied territories.

Ki Suh Park dies at 80; architect helped rebuild L.A. after riots: Architect Ki Suh Park, a Korean American community leader who oversaw a number of landmark projects in Los Angeles, died this month at age 80.

The Samoan Roots of the Manti Te'o Hoax: How much of a role did culture play in the bizarre story of the Notre Dame football star and the girlfriend that never was?

Asian Americans struggle with suicide: "According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Asian American women ages 65 and older had a higher suicide rate - 6.5 per 100,000 - than any other racial or ethnic group in that age bracket between 2004 and 2007."

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