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Bruce Lee -- Asian and Asian American artists reimagine the icon
Eight Asian and Asian American artists capture the spirit of the Chinese martial arts icon who changed American culture forever.
Fighter. Philosopher. Icon. But first, Bruce Lee was an 18-year-old immigrant from Hong Kong. The America he came to had imprisoned Japanese Americans in internment camps just over a decade earlier, … [+956 chars]

2020-06-03 12:07:41




After ESPN’s Bruce Lee doc, you’ll see Enter the Dragon through a whole new lens
The legend of Bruce Lee can speak to an entirely different era without raising a fist.
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  • As you might suspect, Bruce Lee trained hard.
  • Young Bruce lived in Seattle, attending the University of Washington and meeting his future wife… [+6958 chars]
    Nathan Mattise
    2020-06-07 12:00:57




British theatre has a class problem, and coronavirus could make it worse
To return the theatre to health, we need more diversity among artists and audiences - and cheaper ticketsTheatre, ultimately, is not about buildings or props or sets – it’s about people. The people who make it, the people who engage with it, and the crossover…
Theatre, ultimately, is not about buildings or props or sets its about people. The people who make it, the people who engage with it, and the crossover between. The greatest threat to the vitality o… [+4502 chars]
James Graham
2020-06-18 13:56:08




Fed deluged by letters from needy over U.S. loan program - Reuters India
The U.S. Federal Reserve on Wednesday released thousands of letters and emails from individuals, businesses and nonprofit groups this spring urging wider access to its Main Street Lending Program for Americans slammed financially during the pandemic.
(Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Reserve on Wednesday released thousands of letters and emails from individuals, businesses and nonprofit groups this spring urging wider access to its Main Street Lending… [+2558 chars]
Ann Saphir
2020-07-02 01:58:00




Coronavirus inquiry ‘could transform racial inequality in UK’
Government race adviser says pandemic has exposed issues facing BAME peopleBritain has a once in a generation chance to transform racial inequality through a public inquiry into the Covid-19 pandemic, according to Lord Woolley, the chair of the government’s r…
Britain has a once in a generation chance to transform racial inequality through a public inquiry into the Covid-19 pandemic, according to Lord Woolley, the chair of the governments race disparity un… [+4191 chars]
Robert Booth Social affairs correspondent
2020-07-01 11:12:07




Could Bruce Lee win a real fight?
Bruce Lee has been called the father of MMA. Yet questions still persist about whether he could actually fight. Here's what Lee's training partners -- and his two known fights -- tell us about his sparring skills.
SOME CAREERS HAVE the good fortune of ending too soon -- they petrify into myth. When Bruce Lee died at 32, on the eve of his first international hit, "Enter the Dragon," whatever he might have becom… [+20412 chars]
Dotun Akintoye
2020-06-06 11:35:12




ESPN’s Bruce Lee Documentary Is Way Better Than The Last Dance
The new 30 for 30 shows how insightful this series can be when it’s not beholden to its subjects.
Be Water is one of 30 for 30s best. Im not sure theres a more uneven body of work in contemporary television than that of ESPN Films, but sometimes the rollercoaster proves worth the ride. This Sund… [+7594 chars]
Jack Hamilton
2020-06-05 09:44:00




Bunch Auctions Offers 20th- and 21st-Century Fine Art From the Stephen Heighton Collection
On June 30, Bunch Auctions’ 20th- and 21st-Century Fine Art Auction draws together a remarkable selection of paintings, drawings, sculptures, and media art by influential contemporary artists. The 278-lot sale is derived from two private collections and offer…
Nina Chanel Abney’s Untitled” (2007), acrylic on canvas On June 30, Bunch Auctions20th- and 21st-Century Fine Art Auction draws together a remarkable selection of paintings, drawings, sculptures, an… [+3464 chars]
Colossal
2020-06-15 19:38:42




‘Be Water’ Review: Bruce Lee Doc Charts A Warrior’s Journey
ESPN film doesn't go deep, but gives an engaging bird's-eye view of the martial arts legend's life
The new 30 for 30 documentary Be Water opens up with a black-and-white screen test of its subject, martial arts legend Bruce Lee, from the mid-Sixties. Lee silently follows instructions to turn his h… [+8017 chars]
Alan Sepinwall
2020-06-03 16:38:20




Maxine Hong Kingston’s Genre-Defying Life and Work
The Asian-American literary pioneer, whose writing has paved the way for many immigrants’ stories, has one last big idea.
Arts The Asian-American literary pioneer, whose writing has paved the way for many immigrants stories, has one last big idea.
editors
2020-06-08 15:00:24




A list of creative schemes, opportunities and networks for the BIPOC community
Here you’ll find dozens of initiatives dedicated to combating the lack of diversity in the creative industries.
Graduate season is upon us and today, we launched our annual series The Graduates 2020, celebrating the newest additions to the industry. For some graduates however, opportunities are harder to come … [+13441 chars]
Jyni Ong
2020-06-09 10:00:00




How the Entertainment Industry Is Reckoning With Racism, From Changing Band Names to Canceling TV Shows
These are the concrete actions taken in recent weeks as platforms, gatekeepers and creators reconsider both past and present output and the future of their organizations
When protesters began flooding the streets of Minneapolis last month after the police killing of George Floyd, they were decrying police brutality and systemic racism. There’s little doubt that somet… [+7275 chars]
Andrew R. Chow
2020-07-01 02:09:09




Seared Ahi Tuna
Ahi tuna, also known as yellowfin tuna, marinated in sesame oil, soy sauce, ginger, garlic, green onion, and lime juice, then pan seared.Continue reading "Seared Ahi Tuna" »
After completing graduate school in the late 80s, I spent a year studying martial arts at Kyoto University in Japan. The school cafeteria served many things that one would never encounter in the sta… [+2364 chars]
Elise Bauer
2020-06-11 21:00:00




Bruce Lee’s Life Was a Form of Protest
Bruce Lee’s first student in America was black. His name was Jesse Glover, and the two met when Lee was living in Seattle. What spurred Glover to learn kung fu was an act of police brutality, an issue that unfortunately continues to disproportionately affect …
Bruce Lee’s first student in America was black. His name was Jesse Glover, and the two met when Lee was living in Seattle. What spurred Glover to learn kung fu was an act of police brutality, an issu… [+11226 chars]
Jian DeLeon
2020-06-05 15:05:03




TRUMP: KUNG FLU FIGHTING...
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump's first public use of the phrase "kung flu" - during a campaign rally in Tulsa, Okla., last weekend - drew broad political backlash as a racist slur against Asian Americans. Within three days, however, it was also somethi…
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump's first public use of the phrase "kung flu" - during a campaign rally in Tulsa, Okla., last weekend - drew broad political backlash as a racist slur against Asian … [+6907 chars]
David Nakamura, The Washington Post
2020-06-25 01:22:37




Bruce Lee’s legacy takes on a vital new form in 30 For 30: Be Water
Bao Nguyen’s Be Water is a less traditional entry in ESPN’s 30 For 30 series, centering as it does on Bruce Lee, an actor and martial artist whose grace and athleticism are known the world over, but whose fight record exists primarily in the movies. There’s n…
Bao Nguyens Be Water is a less traditional entry in ESPNs 30 For 30 series, centering as it does on Bruce Lee, an actor and martial artist whose grace and athleticism are known the world over, but wh… [+5209 chars]
Danette Chavez on TV Club, shared by Danette Chavez to The A.V. Club
2020-06-06 16:00:00




A British Department Store's Disastrous Experiment In Human Display
The winter that spanned the end of 1885 and early 1886 was one of the coldest London had witnessed in decades. The pipes had frozen inside the glass walls of Battersea Park's Albert Palace, an exhibition hall that served as a display case for about 40 South A…
This piece appears in the upcoming Volume Five of our print magazine. Pre-order your copy today. The cost is currently pay-what-you-can to take into account current economic hardships. The winter th… [+19057 chars]

2020-06-17 17:37:21




Amid a Pandemic and Social Unrest, Chinese Students (and Their Parents) are Eyeing US Schools with Caution
Will skyrocketing infection numbers, a spate of ugly racist incidents involving Asians, and an ongoing protest movement be enough to scare off the single largest subset of international students at US universities?
Over the past few weeks, universities and colleges across the United States have begun announcing plans for reopening this fall amid the coronavirus pandemic, offering students much-needed certainty … [+7074 chars]
Elyse Weingarten, Stuart White
2020-07-03 04:58:07




Uber, Lyft Charge More for Riders Going to Non-White Neighborhoods, Study Shows
The study showed fares increased when a person was dropped off in a neighborhood with a high percentage of non-white residents. A Lyft spokesperson called the study "deeply flawed."
DOWNTOWN Jenny Lee works for an arts education nonprofit, which takes her to schools in the West and South sides. When she needs to take an Uber or Lyft for work, they are “quite expensive,” costing … [+4124 chars]
Alexandra Chaidez
2020-06-26 18:05:32




Sunny Side of the Doc offers Streamlined Connected 2020 Edition
When Mathieu Béjot starting work on this year’s edition of Sunny Doc of the Doc – a La Rochelle-based marketplace for documentary and factual content that runs from June 22-25 – his guiding principle was continuity. Stepping into a role closely associated wit…
When Mathieu Béjot starting work on this year’s edition of Sunny Doc of the Doc – a La Rochelle-based marketplace for documentary and factual content that runs from June 22-25 – his guiding principle… [+3744 chars]
John Hopewell
2020-06-22 11:32:09
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