If you’re even the tiniest bit Chinese, there are Chinese traditions you can’t escape: Chinese New Year, the Mooncake Festival, birthday noodles, or even fireworks. Whether or not you follow these traditions, there may be some things of Chinese origins that you still find useful in your daily life.Here are some things that even non-traditional Chinoys may find helpful.
Whitewashing in movies and TV, East Asian vs. Southeast Asian countries, and the lumping of Asians together. Here’s the author’s take on Asians in Hollywood.
Livestreaming has become a new trend since the pandemic has kept us in our homes. It seems like everyone with a camera has taken to livestreaming whatever they enjoy doing, but not everyone can keep you entertained for anywhere from 2 to 6 hours. There is one hobby that I think was made to be livestreamed: gaming.
Although attending college isn’t necessary to achieve fame, some celebrities still choose to pursue higher education. Because of their status in life, we tend to forget that they were once students like us who experienced stress, burnout, and stayed up all night.
Netflix introduces the reality show, “Bling Empire,” to the small screens. Should you tune in?
What existed even before the first Chinese Dynasty? Find out here!