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The Angry Korean Lady of Honolulu: a restaurant I plan to patronize while in Hawaii: "I'm already angry. Don't make me more angry." The so-called "Angry Korean Lady," who runs the Ah-Lang Korean Restaurant in Honolulu, is a restaurateur after my own heart. More Angry Korean Lady photos here.

Michelle Malkin Desperately Wants To Be Michelle Obama: Why does Michelle Malkin always pick on Michelle Obama? It’s probably because she wants to be her.

American teacher in Japan under fire for lessons on Japan's history of discrimination: Miki Dezaki, a Japanese American teacher who makes videos about living in Japan, has drawn the wrath of the netouyu, "the informal army of young, hyper-nationalist Japanese Web users who tend to descend on any article - or person - they perceive as critical of Japan."

Why Asian-Americans Have Turned Their Backs on the Republican Party: As recently as the 1990s, the fast-growing group leaned right. Lloyd Green on what changed.

Ang Lee: A Never-Ending Dream: Get your tissues ready. Following his Oscar win for Best Director, this beautiful essay written by Ang Lee circa 2006, and translated by Irene Shih, recently resurfaced. Also, this totally awesome vintage photo of Young Ang Lee, age 28.

Why Ang Lee's Oscar puts identity center stage: On Monday night, Ang Lee's name was lit up on a Taipei skyscraper in honor of the celebrated Taiwanese filmmaker's Oscar win for Life of Pi.

The Dean of Corruption: Cecilia Chang, the St. John's fund-raiser who committed suicide after her epic fraud was exposed, tried to keep her superiors happy with gifts of watches, vacations, custom suits, and fine wine. It worked, for a while.

Tony Hsieh on Delivering Happiness to Downtown Vegas: Tony Hsieh, CEO of the online shoe and apparel company Zappos, started his "Downtown Project" to spice up Las Vegas's downtown 13 months ago.

Q&A: Cartoonist Gene Yang: An interview with graphic novelist Gene Yang, whose best known for writing and illustrating American Born Chinese, about a first-gen Chinese American teen's struggles in junior high school.

A new light shines on the mother of Asian-American literature, Edith Eaton: Edith Eaton's works offered an insider's view of the Chinese diaspora living in North America in the late 19th and early 20th century. A researcher at the University of British Columbia has recently discovered 89 works to add to Eaton's impressive and groundbreaking oeuvre.

Lament in the Night: USC Dornsife's Kaya Press publishes the first-ever English translation of two works by long-lost author Shoson Nagahara, who wrote about the dark underbelly of 1920s Japanese immigrant life in L.A.'s Little Tokyo.

Keong Sim Talks TNT's MONDAY MORNINGS, Working with David E. Kelley, Improvising Scenes in OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN, and More: Monday Mornings is a drama series based on Dr. Sanjay Gupta's novel of the same name. Actor Keong Sim talks about playing the part of Dr. Sung Park.

First Asian-American studio chief brings hard work, humor to Warner Bros.: Meet Kevin Tsujihara, the next CEO of Warner Bros. Entertainment.

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