• LINE App Cony Doll Review
    29 2014 October

    LINE App Cony Doll Review

    Line is a popular messenger app and their exclusive character emojis have taken a life of their own. We take a look at the Cony plush doll....

  • Photo: Far East Movement
    28 2014 October

    A Far East Movement Fangirl’s Interview with Far East Movement

    I have a confession to make – I’m a HUGE fangirl. It all started innocently enough in my sophomore year of high school. After seeing my friends quote Like a G6 on Facebook statuses, I asked my...

  • amie-hirata-gumship
    27 2014 October

    Gumship Radio Ep 23 – Amie Hirata

    Amie Hirata (@ms_ahirata) is a women’s apparel and accessories designer at Victorinox. She talks to us about growing up in St. Louis, studying fashion in NY and Chicago, going from intern to lead women’s designer...

  • skeptical asian kid
    20 2014 October

    Research Shows Asians Are the Most Gullible Race

    I once spent a day cold-calling random folks, lying to them about who I was, trying to get them to give up their “sosh” (social security number). I think I would have stayed a little...

  • mc jin
    14 2014 October

    Gumship Radio Ep 22 – MC Jin

    From dominating the battle circuit to being the first Asian rapper to sign with a major label, MC Jin (@iammcjin) has truly done it all. But the veteran emcee has more to offer. Back from China...

  • naruto-evolution-anime-hd-wallpapers
    08 2014 October

    Naruto Ending Means I Failed at Life

    Wow, Naruto is going to end next month and it’s fucking me up. Earlier this week, Shonen Jump (publisher of the manga) announced that the 15-year-old series would be ending next month (November 10th). There...

Revenge of the Green Dragons

Revenge Of The Green Dragons Trailer

August 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

To be honest, I can’t recall the last time I saw a good ‘ole gangster flick.  Fortunately, this seems to have potential. Peep the new trailer for Revenge Of The Green Dragons, an Asian American gangster flick: Based on a New Yorker article published in ’92,  The Green Dragons were an emerging Asian American gang...

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Gumship Radio Ep 19 – DJ GetLive!

August 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

DJ GetLive (@djgetlive) has been rocking parties since he was 16. From rocking import show after parties to the legendary Tunnel, the Queens representative has seen it all. He talks to us about how he got started, growing up in Queens, winamp, fights breaking out in the club, meeting his heroes DJ AM & Kid...

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Gumship Radio Ep 18 – Louie Chin (Artist)

July 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Louie Chin (@loubot) is a Brooklyn-based cartoonist/illustrator whose work has appeared in both The New York Times and textbooks for Kumon. He talks to us about collecting Dragon Ball Z cards, reading comic books based off the artist (not superhero), incorporating NYC and his Asian American upbringing into his webcomic Cecilia, and much more. You can stream...

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Yo, not really much to say except enjoy that refreshing image on this Summer day~...

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If they ever wanted to make a live-action Naruto, they should take notes from this clip. It’s an ad for softdrink CC Lemon and it features two Japanese schoolgirls doing some parkour type stunts mixed with ninja techniques. Really fun stuff. Kinda like my everyday life….jk, I’m even scared of rollercoasters. b ye. From the...

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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 his go-to meal for nourishment and POWER. Peep the Munchies clip as the man walks you through the recipe and...

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It’s midsummer, are you being productive? Nah? That’s fine but if you bored and ain’t got shit to do, why not build some cool shit like this grandpa right here. 59-year-old Hidebochi’s granddaughters made a big move from Vancouver, Canada to Mihama, Japan so he put together this life-size Totoro for them. Hidebochi’s life-size Totoro stands three...

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Gumship Radio Ep 17 – Annie Q

July 21, 2014 | 2 Comments

Annie Q (@annieq4u) is a promising new actress who has popped up on shows like Are We There Yet? and David Henry Hwang’s play Golden Child. But her latest gig on HBO’s new series, The Leftovers, is her biggest role yet. She talks to us about growing up in New York, dealing with rejection, dropping out of college to pursue...

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Gumship Playlist: Paultrizz

July 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

Gumship is now on Soundcloud. For our first featured mix, New Jersey based @Paultrizz provides the soundtrack for luxurious summer days driving to the beach or that ride home from the club with your bae. Check it out: Follow Paultrizz on Facebook and Instagram. And come check him out live at Barn Joo tomorrow night!...

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Reviving the First Asian-American Superhero

July 16, 2014 | 1 Comments

Back in the 1940s, when comics were in its golden era, obscure superheros were being created and discarded left and right. One of which was the Green Turtle, the first Asian-American superhero ever created. Fast-forward to 2014 and the Green Turtle has been revived by writer Gene Luen Yang and illustrator Sonny Liew in a...

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