Sept. 8th–Long Beach, CA., Most people may know Jackie Dallas as Jen from the first season of the (now) hit Netflix series, Stranger Things––but what many people may not know is that, Jackie’s not just an actress, she’s actually a “real-life” doctor too IRL.
At the recent Long Beach Comic Con was the panel called Geekfest Presents “Women of SciFi“, Dallas was joined by Yellow Power Ranger, Nakia Burrise (Atypical) and certified Trekkie, Michelle Specht (Star Trek Continues) as they talked all things geeky women and sci-fi.
Here is asienne‘s coverage of Jackie’s answers from the panel as well as two bonus questions in the end.
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She’s not only reppin’ Filipinos and Filipino-Americans, but she’s also reppin’ the LGBT community as this #bicon on-the-rise, Giovannie Espiritu talk vulnerability and finding your voice in this feature interview.
The actress (Amazon‘s Dyke Central), comedian, and acting coach gets candid with asienne about her personal story and thriving in The Industry:
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Does being Asian truly rock? A new YouTube web series is here to answer that question for you. In a brand new 13-episodal short and sweet narrative is a two to three-minute web series called Asian Rocks that is your newest obsession…er something new to binge-watch while you’re waiting on the subway (NYC), or the Metro (LA).
asienne caught up with the founder and producer of Asian Rocks, Wizeman Khensu in this candid interview.
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welcome to the crazy rich archive with scoops from your aunties Alix and Felicity 😲 aaaaaaand your ever-insightful mama Chu, herself!
these three talented beauties are asienne‘s ultimate WCW and inspirasians this month!
feel free to click the images below [or the links of their names in the photo captions] to read the full Q+A interviews ❤
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we’re very fortunate enough to have writer Maggie Wang contribute her perspective in this month’s issue with her very personal essay (divided into two parts) regarding her Asian, American, Asian-American, and third culture kid experiences.
her thoughts on Crazy Rich Asians allowed her to connect it with her own intersectionally-lived Asian experience(s) and it is as heartfelt and poignant as the movie, itself.
feel free to give it a read and comment on the respective pages with links below 🤓
& if you’d like to submit your own review / commentary / thoughts on Crazy Rich, click here! ❤
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