She’s a Miki, and she’s made of Metal.
Since re-launching Asian Sirens in its present form nearly a year ago, a few minor, niggling issues have remained. Well actually, one of these wasn’t so minor for mobile users: the inability to post comments. Unfortunately, all the WordPress mobile themes I knew of were seriously buggy in one way or another, so I’ve spent many months chasing up the developers of the various plug-ins I tried to get them fixed, but with virtually no success. I was on the verge of modifying them to work myself (which would have been very time consuming), but then I finally found one that actually works properly. So now mobile users can finally post comments!
I’ve also made some changes to better accommodate how you are using the site: people were constantly getting the submit post and suggest post pages mixed up, so I’ve merged them (and culled the fulfilled requests in the process). Conversely, I’ve added an Already Identified page to the Request ID page, to make it easier to keep track of who has been identified and who hasn’t. And finally, I’ve added a Member Image Uploads page, to make it easier to keep track of all the images members have uploaded to their profiles (their images will only appear here if they’ve allowed comments on them though).
According to Psyche Corporation vocalist and frontwoman Psyche Chimère; the band is a “dark, fairytale, steampunk, cyberpunk band” who “deal in alternative world music, both in the world music sense and in the alternative world sense.” They’re based out of New York City but again, according to her, they’re also “based off of a dream manufacture company far into the future, where brain implants allow you to download dreams from the Internet.”
The band’s music provides an often haunting sort of background to Miss Chimère’s flawless soprano and narrative lyrics. She’s also one of the few, very visible Asian ladies of the steampunk sub-genre.
Li Haohao (李好好) will be your new god. Bow down and worship. WORSHIP I SAY!
Su Su is a model/singer from Xiamen, China, whose star seems to be on the rise…
Despite a seasoned cast that included 26 year-old Brenda Song (featured at the old site here), the FOX sitcom Dads, didn’t even make it one full season. Above is Brenda making her second screen appearance in the pilot episode, in which her employers talk her into dressing as a “sexy Asian schoolgirl” in order to “impress” some Chinese investors being pitched the new “Kill Hitler 2″ video game.
The show was widely panned by critics and deemed “racially insensitive” by some Asian-American groups, who found certain jokes (some spoken by Brenda’s character) and referencing certain stereotypes (like the one above, I suppose) offensive. Even though we won’t be seeing Miss Song on Dads anymore, given her track record over the past 20 (yes, 20) years, I doubt she’ll be drawing unemployment for very long.
Nanami Asakura is another sexy girl who was suggested to me by Travis…
Kasumi Arimura comes to you via the suggest post thanks to jleetechie, and is a fine suggestion indeed…
One of the goals that I usually strive for when selecting models to write about is diversity. In particular for this site, I try to cover women from as many different ethnicities as possible. I’m not sure if Mia Guinto will be everyone’s cup of tea, but I love that she’s sexy and unafraid of showing off those curves.
It’s a shame her website hasn’t been updated in some time because the preview videos that are available to watch are pretty steamy.