Laura Baduria or Miss Laurelle is a Candian model whose geeky modelling shots gained her widespread acclaim across the web…

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Vũ Thị Hoàng My has been representing Vietnam around the pageant scene for the last few years.

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Alina Li is someone that I wanted to write about when she first came to my attention in 2013 as an incredible Asian beauty and emerging star in the porn industry. Alina left the porn industry sometime in June of 2014. At the time, I thought that she left abruptly at the height of her popularity, however it was also a move that I wasn’t surprised to see.

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Michelle Lou Lan splits her time and her legs between NYC and Hawaii. Well maybe not quite that far, but she sure is flexible.

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Kyoko Fukada is a Japanese actress/model/singer who has in fact graced our pages seemingly a lifetime ago back here.

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In the above scene from Stanley Kubrick’s 1987 Vietnam war classic Full Metal Jacket, Papillon Soo Soo speaks the iconic lines that has since amused and infuriated Asian ladies all over the Western world.

This was the second of only three films the British-born actress and model appeared in. The first was the 1985 James Bond movie A View to a Kill and 1992′s Split Second was her third and final. The song playing in this scene is Nancy Sinatra’s “These Boots Are Made for Walkin’” and the songs you’ve undoubtedly heard samples of Papillon’s (in)famous spoken lines in are 2 Live Crew’s “Me So Horny” and Sir Mix-a-Lot’s “Baby Got Back.”

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Samantha Megan Kelly is (or at least was) an import model who was famously captured by Vancouver based photographer Pete Jones.

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There seems to be an endless stream of Moko girls coming out of Shenzhen at the moment…

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Hinako Sano is a gravure idol from Japan. The photo above was the first picture I saw of Hinako and it immediately grabbed my attention.

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This currently airing 30-second spot for Discover Card has actress Stephanie Hsu playing a dual role as a cardholder asking about her cashback bonus and as a rep explaining it to her.

Why did the producers of this ad hire one girl to play both roles? Were they too cheap to pay two actresses? Did they want viewers to think there are twins here like in that other Discover Card commercial (with Sinab and Meltem Gulturk)? Perhaps it has something to do with Discover Card’s ad slogan. Maybe Stephanie can say for sure. Ask her on Twitter. Also see more of her at her IMDb page and her official website. You may have also caught Stephanie playing a not-too-concerned babysitter in another recent commercial for Nest smoke alarms. It’s wrong but funny.

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