As it turns out, Tian Leixi has been featured here before, which is no surprise as she is outstanding. But under the premise of adding some info I think she deserves a repost…
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Bourbaki alerted us to the story of Kim Pham earlier in the year. While it is a step away from the usual post I think it is an opportunity for a community service announcement that holds true no matter what part of the world you call home.
I was watching Rage on a Saturday morning and saw this video clip by French band Space. There seemed to be a kind of electropop theme, and I wasn’t paying much attention until the dancer caught my eye. Say what you will about the French music industry, but in the bizarre there can be little gems. I hope you like it…
One of the latest charity fundraising activities currently sweeping across social media is the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. It originated in the US but is quickly catching on in other countries, South Korea (thankfully) being no exception.
Above are MiU and Ari of the Korean dance team Waveya (first featured here) accepting the challenge. Even though the girls don’t meet with official Ice Bucket regulations (Five-gallon bucket at least half full with ice and ice cold water) they definitely show their support with good spirit.
As the challenge is spreading like wildfire, between this writing and the time this is posted, there’s bound to be many more celebs who’ve accepting and posted their videos. What follows are just a few selected Asian female celeb drenchings.
Jleetechie thought we should have a look at Chelsea Lee, and I liked what I saw. So what do you all think?
John Smith reckons a Japanese gravure model/actress/martial arts chick is the sort of girl we should feature, and I think he’s right. So here is Erika Yazawa.
Luisa Isabella Nolasco da Silva, better known as Isabella Leong (Leung), is an actress/singer from Macau based in Hong Kong. More importantly she was recommended by Cali who said “PLEASEE!”, and good manners get you everywhere—plus he has fine taste in Asian women.
V-cinema queen Kei Mizutani‘s movie debut as Keiko Nakadai in the 1995 adult comedy Weather Woman, was arguably her signature role. Above we see Kei as Keiko, making her first appearance as the new weather woman at a Tokyo news station. After she raises her skirt to illustrate the depth of a recent snowfall, thus exposing her panties on the air (and bringing back an old memory for her former high school classmate viewing), Keiko becomes an overnight sensation.
As for the now 40-year-old Kei, after Weather Woman, she continued acting throughout the rest of the 90′s but passed on reprising her role as Keiko in the 1996 sequel, Weather Woman Returns. (The role went to Misa Aika, who now resides in the “Whatever Happened to..?” file.) Kei did make an appearance at the 2000 San Diego Comic Con, where Weather Woman made its US premiere, but since then, she pretty much retired from acting, save for a rare occasional part, such as her small role in 2010′s Flower and Snake 3.