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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…
For this entry I took another peek into the Stroup Files, and the gorgeous Chloe Bennet was waiting. Nice spot Travis
The Fung Brothers, David and Andrew Fung, produce comedy and music videos on YouTube. I found out about the duo through their latest music/comedy video that I wanted to share on boba tea featuring a number of lovely Asian women, including some of my favorites such as Elizabeth Tran in a bikini and Misa Campo serving up some delicious-looking treats.
You can see more from the Fung brothers including their previous Bobalife video after the break.
Amali Ward first came into public view way back on season two of Australian Idol in 2004. At just 16 she made the top ten, and while not the most gifted singer, with a mouth built for belting out the big notes, Amali was definitely the most gifted in looks.
Here is a model/performer who I expect will divide opinion. Lexi Soukhaphaly describes herself as Asian, but I think it is fairly safe to assume she has a mixed background [note from the Doc: actually, given her name and look—as well as the comments below—I’m going with Cambodian unless somebody knows better]. She is also a hip-hop artist so she rocks a bad-ass look…
Heavily-illustrated model Levy Tran (featured at the old site here) recently tweeted an apology after the above music video she appeared in received a strong backlash due to the song’s lyrics.
Obviously intended to be humorous, “Asian Girlz” by the Los Angeles-based rock band Day Above Ground, is full of racially-stereotyped lyrics that many listeners have found to be extremely offensive. “I love your sticky rice,” “Ooh, your slanted eyes,” and “Your momma’s so pretty, best nails in the city” are some of the milder examples.
At their Youtube channel, where they have the video posted, Day Above Ground stated that the song “was not written with any malicious, hateful, or hurtful intent.” Tran, after geting wind of the negative publicity the video has been receiving (as well as herself, for appearing in it), tweeted:
“I sincerely apologize to all who feels that I set Asian women back 50 yrs. I know I lost respect from a lot of ppl. It wasn’t my intention”
She’s also made further apologetic comments regarding the video, that you can see at her Twitter.
Looks like Levy can now join actress Lisa Chan (who appeared last year in a political campaign ad as a Chinese girl thanking a US senator in mock broken English, for her spending) in the ”I should have had better foresight” file. Unless, of course, they subscribe to the old Hollywood publicist’s adage that any press is good press.
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