Asian Pacific American Heritage Month is in less than a month and what better way to celebrate that than pay homage to our elders with watching a film like Netflix’s Tigertail? (And if you’re brave enough, maybe even watch it with them?) While there isn’t just one universal Asian experience, Tigertail seems to touch on a lot of topics that resonate across Asian cultures. Have you ever wondered how the daughters of the Asian diaspora view Tigertail? In this commentary panel, four women of Asian descent with vastly different backgrounds talk culture, stereotypes, Asian parents, Asian dads, effects of immigration, and feelings on Netflix’s Tigertail.
asienne recently sat down with HUSTLERS lead star, Constance Wu at one of the early LA screenings of the film. In this Q and A, we talked about: what it’s like to strip with Miss Jenny from the Block, what makes HUSTLERS different from Crazy Rich, oh…and her hidden talent that no one knows about?…can you guess what it is? Read on below to find out. Here is on-site reporter Justine Saldaña with the scoop:
asienne recently sat down with HUSTLERS producer, Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas at one of the early LA screenings of the film. In this Q and A, we talked about: how Constance Wu was and is the “gold standard” pick for the role of Destiny, what it’s like producing female-led and female-driven films with the one and only Jenny from the Block, and the fun (and groundbreaking) film that is HUSTLERS out today nationwide. Here is on-site reporter Justine Saldaña with the scoop:
NOTE: We usually have a resident film reviewer, the ever-lovely Cher, but this time around, I decided on writing this up to tell you a story – my story. Anna here, founder of asienne and here’s my personal take on The Farewell. More on expanded author’s notes below. WARNING: A FEW MINOR SPOILERS (not a sponsored post) Continue reading “Grandma’s On The Roof and She Won’t Come Down”
asienne is very proud to present and showcase these two Fil-Am authors azn’ reppin’ not just Filipinos, not just Filipino Americans, not just female writers, but California-based Filipina-American writers. Without further ado, here are Lauren Lola and Deborah Francisco Douglas with their specific take on their own Fil-Am identity and its intersections: