Wed Apr 17, 2013
Sexy Taiwanese Quintet Does the Harlem Shake
One never knows what the next Internet meme is going to be or why it catches on and spreads like wildfire, but sooner or later, there will probably be a sexy Asian version of it. (Take for instance, this adaptation of the inanely popular "Charlie Bit My Finger.") In the case of one of the latest memes, the ever viral "Harlem Shake," we have the above performance by five outrageously hot Taiwanese babes. The ladies are; Ting Ting ("Little Red Grinding Hood"), Xuan Xuan (stretching out with the leg up high), DJ Alyshia .L (working the black lingerie), Natasha Liang (the gyrating girl with the butterfly tattoo), and Cookie Wu (joggling the juggs). Oh, and you don't have to wait for the two solo performances that are "coming soon" because Alyshia's is here and Natasha's, here.
EDIT: The above video has been deleted from Youtube, but you can view the original post and video here.
Fri Apr 05, 2013
As I mentioned in a previous post, neo-burlesque brought us Calamity Chang, who's one of the few prominent Asian burlesque performers of today. Above is another of those few; the "Anime Princess of Burlesque" Stella Chuu, performing her act entitled "From the Darkest Corners of the Internet," which is her homage to the infamous website 4chan.org and the notorious Internet meme it popularized; "Pedobear." The opening song is Florence + The Machine's "Girl With One Eye" with Oingo Boingo's "Little Girls" accompanying the Pedobear part at the end.
Besides being a burlesque performer, Stella (a New-Yorker, like Calamity) is a very high profile cosplayer and pin-up model, often appearing at comic and game conventions for fans to meet. As of this writing, her website is still under construction but you can see plenty more of her at her Facebook fan page and countless other sites all over the net.
Sun Mar 17, 2013
When American burlesque was in its heyday, Asian striptease performers were practically unheard of. However, with the emergence of "neo-burlesque" in the mid-1990s, a few Asian ladies have taken to the stage, doing the retro "bump 'n grind" acts. One of the most prominent being New York City's "Asian Sexsation" Calamity Chang.
Above is Calamity doing her "Nunsploitation" routine at a show entitled "Meat My Friends," hosted at Full Cup in Staten Island. See more of Calamity at her official website and you can follow her on Twitter.
Thu May 10, 2012
Asian Cheerleaders of the NBA
If you've seen an NBA game at any arena, then you know the high energy routines of the cheerleaders (who are more often called dancers, these days), keep the crowd pumped-up during halftimes and breaks in the action. With the current NBA season now down to the playoffs, some of these ladies may not be returning to the court until later this year but many of them stay busy during the off-season by appearing at promotions, special events, and touring as ambassadors of the cities and teams they represent. One dancer whose season is not yet over is Chicago Luvabulls co-captain Erika, whose team, the Chicago Bulls, are still in the running as of this writing. Erika is a University of Illinois alumna who's in her ninth year with the Luvabulls. More...
Thu Aug 18, 2011
Muqimiya (Mainland Sirens 14)
Hailed as the "Sexiest yoga instructor in all Asia". Muqimiya is undoubtedly China's 'first lady' of yoga. While yoga's been popular in China for a few years now, it's only in the last year in which Muqimiya has really gained popularity, appearing in a massively popular Samsung advert that really brought her into the mainstream. (See bottom of this post.)
If you're thinking her name doesn't sound very Chinese, well, that's because it doesn't. Muqimiya is from the southern Chinese province of Yunnan (next to the Vietnam border) and her mother is from the ethnic "Yi" (pronounced like the English letter 'E' in Chinese) group of that area.
Doc apparently has a bit of a thing for yogis, how about the rest of you? More...
Mon Sep 13, 2010
Japanese Baseball Cheerleaders
The cheerleading squads in the Nippon Baseball League are much larger than those of their Korean counterparts and their routines are more elaborately choreographed. Watching the official cheerleaders for the Orix Buffaloes, the "Bs Dreams" in action (above) is evidence of that.
EDIT: The above video has been deleted from Youtube, but you can view the original post and video here. More...
Fri Aug 27, 2010
Korean Baseball Cheerleaders
Unlike professional baseball teams in the US, all of the teams in the Korea Baseball Organization have professional cheerleaders stirring up the fans on both sides of the park during games. Above is the captain of the LG Twins squad, Kang Ye-jin, who's currently the best-known baseball cheerleader in Korea and is expected to branch out to other avenues of show biz.
Oh, and despite what Ye-jin's banner reads, her team didn't even make the playoffs last year and are currently in 6th place out of only 8 teams in the KBO, which means at every Twins game she has her work cut out for her. More...
Sun Aug 15, 2010
Asian Cheerleaders of the NFL
The National Football League Kickoff game next month will mark the beginning of the 2010 NFL season, so after checking some of the teams' player rosters for this upcoming season, I decided to check all of the the teams' cheerleader rosters.
Of the 25 NFL teams that have official cheerleading squads (7 teams don't), I did find several Asian ladies among the members, one being Duyen (above), who proudly high kicks and shakes her pom poms for the Houston Texans. More...
Thu Jul 15, 2010
Subway Pole Dancer, Feifei
21 year-old pole dance instructor Feifei recently gained some notoriety in the Chinese city of Nanjing, for practicing her trade aboard the local subway trains. Thanks to her skills on the pole and a some passengers uploading videos of one her performances to the Internet last month, Feifei, has now become a local celebrity in the Nanjing 1912 district, where she teaches and performs. More...
Fri Aug 28, 2009
Playboy Philippines August Cover Girl Grace Oracion
Filipina performer Grace Oracion is one of the Mocha Girls, a Filipina vocal group you might remember from their lesbian makeout videos earlier this year. Grace herself is considered the most conservative of the bunch, but that doesn't stop her from appearing on the cover of Playboy Philippines this August.
Aside from exuding the natural charm of a demure Filipina, Grace excels both physically and intellectually: as a powerful dancer for the Mocha Girls, and as an information technology graduate. Hooray for holistic Asian sirens. More...
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