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'Walking Dead': Steven Yeun's Glenn is beating heart of AMC series: Season three of AMC's zombie drama The Walking Dead resumes tonight. Here's a good Los Angeles Times feature on Steven Yeun, who plays our favorite post-apocalyptic zombie survivor Glenn Rhee.

Despite Increasing Prosperity, America's Appetites Remain Unique: Hyphen responds to that Joel Brinkley article. "America has always been an aggressive country. It has fought in over 20 wars since winning independence only 237 years ago, including many invasions of other nations, most recently Afghanistan. Meantime, the nation to its north has largely been passive." A beautifully-done satire.

The American Dream, Alive and Well in China: Khanh Ho on Joel Brinkley's racist-ass article on eating practices in Vietnam, the exclusion of Vietnamese LGBT representation at Little Saigon's Tet parade, and how racism and homophobia are two heads of one monster.

Women In Tech: 5 Nonprofit Leaders To Watch: Leila Janah, Christina Xu and Reshma Saujani made this hot list of women in tech you should be watching in the nonprofit sphere. If you want to know the future of doing good for the world, here's where to look.

Generation Kimchi: From the Margins to the Forefront: Fans of kimchi, unite. Carolyn Sun explores the journey of how kimchi, once described to her as "hot garbage", has found its place at the American table re-interpreted by a different generation of Koreans and non-Koreans alike.

I'm Awesome: How I Regained My Power: "Fuck you. I'm awesome. That flat ass? Mine. I own it. I love it. That laugh? Mine. I love it. My clothes? That's my style. Get over it. I love it."

Bitter Sweets: "The first week I moved in, one of my neighbors, an old woman, came up to me to ask my advice on what Chinese restaurants to avoid and I did what I always do. Nod. Speak softly. Play the alien."

On South Korean "Superficiality": We Are Deeper Than You Want To Know: Esther Choi reacts to NPR and Jezebel's recent commentaries on beauty standards in South Korea.

Beat By Dre: The Exclusive Inside Story of How Monster Lost the World: The inside story of Noel Lee and audio tech manufacturer Monster, who partnered up with Dr. Dre to create the ubiquitous Beats By Dre -- and ended up screwing himself out of a fortune in one of the all time worst deals in tech.

How Panda Express brings Chinese food to the mall: Meet Peggy and Andrew Cherng, the CEOs behind the ubiquitous Asian fast-casual eatery chain Panda Express, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year.

Hungover Energy Secretary Wakes Up Next To Solar Panel: Say it ain't so, Steven! The Onion offers a hilarious-as-usual take on Steven Chu's recent announcement that he's stepping down as Secretary of Energy.

Energy Secretary Steven Chu Responds to Onion Joke About Sex With Solar Panel: And here's Steven Chu's response to The Onion's scandalous allegations that he woke up hung over, next to solar panel.

The American Dream, Alive and Well in China: Producer Janet Yang talks about Shanghai Calling, what Americans get wrong about China and why the Chinese version of High School Musical was lost in translation.

Internet hero George Takei talks 'Star Trek' and Nickelodeon's 'Supah Ninjas': Yet another interview with actor, activist and internet icon George Takei, who's back on season two of Nickelodeon's Supah Ninjas.

Dante Basco & KevJumba 'Hang Loose': Dante Basco on being part of Kinetic Films, which specializes in films starring API talent.

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