Posted on: May 5, 2015 | By Maigal
I’m still alive. Did you miss me? I woke up this morning feeling the need to write something about the Met’s Gala 2015 with the theme “China: Through the looking glass”. Since this is a Chinese theme, if you know me, I’m all about Asian pride. of course I will have something to say about it. I saw some impressive dresses that fit the theme really well and some really plain, boring dresses that I think these people should just stay home instead. Overall, there were a lot of plain dresses where I think these people or designers did not do any research on Chinese art and culture therefore, their dress came out looking like crap.
Here are my top four dresses that win the theme:
Rihanna looks like a goddess here. I love the yellow on her skin. It’s dramatic, it’s elegant and fits the theme like a glove.
Posted on: July 10, 2012 | By Maigal
Celebrity stylist Derek Warburton will be displaying his first art gallery exhibit “Tragic Glamour”, showcasing photos from a groundbreaking spread Derek styled of American fashion designer Richie Rich. Shot by renowned photographer Christopher Logan, the avant-garde photos will be displayed at the Pop International Gallery on Wednesday, 7/11 from 7-9pm.
A one night only event, the exhibit offers an intriguing peek into the lives of famed personalities after the limelight has begun to fade away. Featuring cocktails courtesy of Medea Vodka, a portion of proceeds from the event will benefit The Bailey House, which provides housing and support services to homeless men, women, and children living with HIV/AIDS in New York City.
Feel free to join.
Posted on: February 28, 2012 | By FelixFromNYC
Let me start off by saying this to my fellow Asian men, particularly those of you that have spent a good part of your life here in the U.S. If you do not remotely feel any sort of pride or joy in the success story of Jeremy Lin, I don’t think you can really be considered an Asian man. Sorry. I can pretty much sum it up like this: for all the William Hungs and countless other Asians that have reinforced the negative Asian male stereotypes, Lin is helping people forget all that negativity. One pass, slam dunk and game-winning 3 pointer at a time.
First let me tell you a bit about my own personal experiences, which I’m sure is not uncommon among other Asian American men that were raised here in the U.S. Ever since grade school I had to deal with racism. Whether it was people calling me silly names, or making up taunts that they thought sounded like Chinese (e.g. – ching chong, ding dong, etc.). Read more
Posted on: February 21, 2012 | By Maigal
I get it. Jeremy Lin is HOT sh&t right now. He is the man. He is the reason why Asian men are consider DO-ABLE right now. But can we for once stop talking about Jeremy Lin??? This guy is spreading faster than a forest fire.
This is Jeremy Lin Youtube channel when he has lots of time in his hand couple of months ago…. but not anymore. This guy is actually quite funny. Watch his videos and you’ll see.keep looking »