Skipping stones in Tokyo, drunken adventures in Melbourne, another terminal in Bangkok, my footsteps I found in Siem Reap.
Pense de toi
Bei - "Borng sralanh puon!"
Korean Underwear Model
Korean Underwear Model
When you say Asian women are submissive, I say my mother owned her own business in a country not of her mother tongue with an education that did exceed primary school.
(Source: kareon, via cjnx)
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I love Thai men who work out.
I still want to learn Cantonese #Cantonese #languages #asian #chinese #memories
Ladies and gentlemen, does anyone here know somebody in Melbourne who is interested in Asian culture and knows how to film?
I have a project to get around to. Tumblr has been awesome to me so far so why not take advantage of it to help me network.
Now if you have not noticed by now, I am interested in the Asian Australian identity. What if we had film shorts dealing with an Asian Australian identity where each different film dealt with a particular nationality. Obviously I would do something specific to Cambodia. But what does it mean to be Vietnamese or Chinese or Japanese? What do you all think?
Just an Idea
Of course photoshop can sometimes make me look like I have muscles =p
There’s always been a big rustling of pride for Melbourne’s sense of patriotism. I wonder how much truth there is to that when I see villainous acts of racism citing these very (and supposedly) celebrated groups. True, eating a bowl of pho and spaghetti bolognaise seems nothing extraordinary (a point I regularly raise) here in this fine old city, but as a cultural center for all of Australia, to argue that Australia as a whole is multicultural begs a finer question, what is multicultural about the rest of Australia? Sure, the capital cities boast varying degrees of multiculturism, but out in the countryside you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone not of a Caucasian background.
Directly below the Asian continent has always hinted at the possibility of Australia being considered as an Asian country, but really our history looks more ‘white’ than anything. We like most countries in the world are constantly re-evaluating our self identity as a nation and attempting to define ourselves once more. From White Australia to multicultural Australia is still a gigantic leap no matter how much such has been reiterated.
I have always wondered as such what would happen if we were to draw our links more to Asia? I mean, after all we are apparently entering the Asian century. By relying more on Asia, are we committing ourselves to become more Asian? Whatever that means, the thought process proves to be an intriguing one that likens my thoughts to a million languages being spoken by everyone here, a thought that understandably makes me drool with euphoria. As an Asian-Australian, there is no surprise that I am all for becoming one with Asia, which makes me all the more interested in finding employment that draws these links closer. Now the question through the wide variety of jobs to choose from is actually choosing a job. That is the hard part, the fun part is seeing the results.
Indeed, maybe we are more Asian than we realise.
An Asian Century
Carrying #rice around Camberwell! #asian pride genes