"Hey, wouldn’t it be cool if the biggest Asian-American superhero met the biggest Asian-American sports star?"
We must be insane. And there must be more to it than that. To help get some perspective -- and perhaps to help us find our bearings, I interviewed senior lecturer of Psychology from Leeds Beckett University, Steven Taylor, who is the author of Back to Sanity:
His time in Los Angeles will influence Asian Americans, particularly male youth, in countless ways (not to mention those jersey sales.) All eyes will be on the California native, to see what he'll do for Los Angeles.
I think with Asian-American faith, it's helpful to set it apart. If you talk about the black church, you're talking about
The film "Linsanity" delves into Jeremy Lin's relationship to his faith and his self-identification as a devout Christian. As 'The Young & The Faithful' series continues, we talk to Asian-American Millennials about God and the role of religion.
When it happened in the spring of 2012, the Jeremy Lin phenomenon -- commonly referred to as Linsanity, from which the new documentary takes its name -- was startling for its prevalence.
"We started long before Linsanity," Leong remembers, "when he was at Harvard. We were as surprised as anyone else by Linsanity
Is it really that hard to write a female character who is brilliant at her job but mentally sound? And if you need to make her interesting is it too much to ask that you simply write a back-story for her?
This question originally appeared on Quora. Answer by Jonathan Brill, VP of Sales at a Software Start-Up At the height of
NBA sensation Jeremy Lin chatted with me at SXSW about his brand new documentary, Linsanity the movie, appearing in various YouTube videos and the overall message he wants fans to take away from his new film.