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IN REMEMBRANCE: Website documents wartime incarceration, one photo at a time: Nichi Bei Weekly interviews photographer Andy Frazer, whose Kioku portrait project centers on Japanese American internees and their stories, as they are today. View the full gallery of photos here.

Q&A with Ursula Liang and Jeff Yang: Did the 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' Boycott Work? Old friends Ursula Liang and Jeff Yang, who stood on two different -- though not necessarily opposing -- sides of the debate over Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy's controversial public screening of Breakfast at Tiffany's, talk it out in this great Hyphen post.

Is Wayne Wang my Tiger Mom? Over at YOMYOMF, Justin Lin responds to recent statements by veteran director Wayne Wang about the current state of Asian American cinema and the filmmaking choices of "younger guys" like Justin.

Why aren't these actors famous? One of our favorite actors, the unstoppable Ken Leung, makes it on to this Salon.com list of the ten underrated film and television stars who deserve to be household names.

Randall Park Chases The Dragon: What happens when a random stranger on the street says you look like Bruce Lee? And what happens when Randall Park plays along, and says he's Bruce's son?

Cinema Asian America: Iris Shim and Gerry Kim on 'The House of Suh': Comcast has a good interview with director Iris K. Shim and producer Gerry Kim, whose true crime documentary The House of Suh makes its On-Demand premiere this month on XFINITY's Cinema Asian America.

Revenge of the Nerds: The Daily Beast interviews Jesse Eiseberg and Aziz Ansari, the unlikely stars of the buddy action-comedy 30 Minutes or Less

David Chiu Wants to Pedal His Way into San Francisco History: Hyphen profiles San Francisco Supervisor, mayoral candidate and bike rider David Chiu.

'Marvels And Monsters' Unveils Asians In Comics: NPR's Tell Me More interviews collector William F. Wu and curator Jeff Yang about their exhibit, "Marvels and Monsters: Unmasking Asian Images in U.S. Comics, 1942-1986," which runs through next week at the NYU Fales Library.

I think I'm Himalayan American: My friend and former colleague Sapana Sakya, Public Media Director at the Center for Asian American Media, reflects on her Himalayan American identity and the Himalayan community in the United States, including Nepalese, Bhutanese, and Tibetan Americans.

Salman Khan, Founder of Khan Academy: One man and his popular nonprofit educational lecture service are revolutionizing how kids learn math and science.

Great chefs share tricks of the trade: In the fourth installment of the Los Angeles Times' monthly Master Class series, chef Sang Yoon shows us how to make ketchup -- something he does not serve with the famous burgers and fries at his restaurant, Father's Office.

Is Downtown New York Ready for Balut? Maharlika, a new Filipino restaurant in New York's East Village, is one of the few restaurants in the United States to sell balut, the infamous embryonic egg delicacy of the Philippines.

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