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Taishan Dong, real name JianJun Dong, could be a name to look out for in the future of U.S. heavyweight boxing. Standing at 6 feet 11 inches and weighing in at 285 pounds, announcers call...

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Contrary to what you might believe, sumo wrestlers don’t just be stuffing their faces with whatever to keep themselves big. Byambajav Ulambayaryn (or Byamba, for short) is a sumo world champ and the chankonabe is...

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We’ve seen some pretty amazing first pitches coming from Asia. Here’s another one but amazing for how strangely awkward and uncomfortable it’s making us. I mean, I get it. It’s a yoga concept pitch so she...

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World Cup: A Chinese Guy’s Perspective

June 26, 2014 | 3 Comments

Being that I live in the United States, it’s pretty hard to get into the World Cup. People just aren’t that excited about it which is pretty sad. I mean the whole world is into...

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Last week, the Philadelphia Eagles signed Carey Spear aka “Murderleg” of Vanderbilt University. Yes, his nickname is “Murderleg”. The reason? Spear set a single-season record his senior year at Vanderbilt with 99 points. He made...

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Three Master Fencers Versus Fifty Noobs

May 5, 2014 | 1 Comments

Remember in the movies when the heroes/heroines have their back against the wall and a gang of henchmen, zombies, aliens, or other evil/sinister villains are lurking towards their demise. The only way out is to...

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We’ve all been there. Just turning on the TV to see an Asian celebrity struggle embarrassingly with his English and transferring that shame onto us native-born speakers on our couches. But not Toronto Blue Jays’...

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  Graphic designer Micah Coles gives the NBA team logos a pocket monster remix, playing off either the words (Golden State Warriors -> Golden State Wartortles) or the similarity in design (peep Portland Self Destruct...

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This past Saturday night, Manny “Pac-man” Pacquiao was able to land a win and reclaimed his WBO Welterweight title from Timothy “Desert Storm” Bradley after his controversial loss by unanimous decision in 2012. The fight...

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There is no question that Mike Tyson was the baddest man on the planet. I never got a chance to see his glory during his prime in the 80s, but damn look at his ferocity...

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