Currently reading “Dear Natalie Portman: Can You Stop Being Awesome for Even One Sec” by @laurabarcella http://jane.io/GA6Dnw via @xoJanedotcom
Definitely worth a look on the “strong woman” myth.
Please enjoy the following break in our programming. As much as I love The Man With No Name, we know who is the clear winner here. If you need to resort to tired racial stereotypes in a rap battle, you’ve got no game. Also applies in the real world.
Since spontaneity is the spirit of life, I have declared this the first of my Bruce Lee Birthday Tributes. I do not know any young Asian American (or any baby boomer Asian American) who hasn’t been touched by the inimitable Bruce Lee legacy. It was hard enough for me to find female heroes as a kid growing up in the ’80s so I settled for Bruce Lee on Fox 5 on any random Saturday. To my surprise, my father idolized him as a teenager in the Philippines. A few VHS tapes and various documentary footage later, I was a lifelong fan.
Here is a quick starter video. Think of it as an appetizer before a greater feast. Blogger Phil Yu, A.K.A. Angry Asian Man, ranked his films in pretty much the same way I would have. Enjoy.
P.S. In light of some unfortunate instances of Chuck Norris opening his mouth and verbally vomiting views unbefitting a Texas Walker Ranger this year, I suggest replaying the hair-pulling clips.