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Asian Voices
Lee was relegated to a joke in the late '60s-set “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood,” but during that era, he was the only star that mattered to Asian Americans.
The "Sober" singer said she was "sorry (not sorry)" for taking out one of Jay Glazer's front teeth.
The 26-year-old Brazilian was waiting for an Uber in Rio de Janeiro when the incident occurred.
The two-time WWE champ turned UFC fighter called out the president.
From eating street food to picking up martial arts, fans remember how the celebrity chef inspired them to take on new challenges.
Arjan Singh Bhullar is the UFC's first Sikh and first fighter of Indian descent.
But the star of the now-canceled “Jean-Claude Van Johnson” is looking for a new signature move, if you’ve got any ideas.
"You can’t just put an Asian actor in there and expect that, because they show up for a second, you’ve covered the Asian market. That is a joke.”
"A domestic abuser is not a good guy with a gun."
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From Beijing to Cape Town, four stories of people in search of something different.
Worth missing the Mayweather-McGregor fight for this. 💕
The "American Idol" winner says he accidentally left a pistol in his backpack.
Sometimes it takes a metaphor from professional wrestling to help make sense of our current political landscape. Professional