Read by my sis, Mylen Fe Yamamoto
So apparently, I’m still known for “Ktown Cowboys” (no joke, LA 18 asked me about it on CAPE’s red carpet this past Monday lol).
Anyway, here’s the teaser for the highly anticipated Ktown Cowboys the movie, not to be confused with the web series. Same writer, same director, same primary cast, different story. Looks like it’ll be a lot of fun.
Joining the fun are the likes of Ken Jeong, Daniel Dae Kim, and Steve Byrne. And no, I’m not in this one, but you can spot me for a few seconds in the web series.
More info: ktowncowboys.com
Did it make you cry, too?
Btw, the Jubilee Project is at 25% of their fundraising goal with 19 days left. If you feel led to, please donate or spread the word: jubileeproject2014.causevox.com
Christmas came early this year! I received a copy of How to Train Your Dragon 2 and some other goodies. So over the weekend, I threw a little party…
We ate, we drank, we watched the movie, and played White Elephant! For White Elephant, I threw this little guy into the mix…
It’s “Final Battle Toothless,” a San Diego Comic-Con International 2014 Exclusive. And guess what? He could be yours! I have another one to give away!
You’ll also get How to Train Your Dragon 2 on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD. It’s the perfect stocking stuffer :]
How can you win this? Leave me a comment here with your name and email address. I’ll draw one lucky winner on Friday at 5pm PST! U.S. residents only.
Giveaway closed: The winner is Haley Scully!
Here we go again!
Special thanks to The Fu for hooking it up with some music!
So I’m in the Bay Area for Thanksgiving weekend! Usually, when my parents and I go out for food, we always eat at the same ol’ same ol’… tonight, we decided to try something new. Thanks to Yelp we found Fuji Huoshao & Dumpling!
For apps, we ordered Mixed Cold Seaweed and Garlic Eggplant. The server was really nice and also brought us some Boiled Peanuts on the house. Yum! The garlic eggplant was especially good. (Note: The flavor of the garlic eggplant may cause other dishes like the seaweed to taste pretty bland).
We also ordered the Mongolian Style Lamb that comes with a spicy dipping sauce.
This may have been my favorite. Lamb Soup! You get to season it to your liking (I added salt, my parents added pepper :P). The server added more soup on the house, so I was glad we had the extra pieces of Mongolian style lamb on the side!
Gotta order dumplings if you’re at a restaurant with “dumpling” in its name. This was the Three Deluxe (Pork, Chive, Shrimp). JUICY! No dipping sauces needed.
The main event: Beef Huoshao (牛肉火勺). I’d never even heard of “huoshao” until today, so based on what I had, it was a great introduction.
Fuji Huoshao & Dumpling
6184 Bollinger Rd
San Jose, CA 95129
These are my peeps and they are doing GREAT things. Their slogan: Doing Good is Contagious. What they do: make films for good causes. Please support them if you can! They are trying to raise $40,000 by December 31st so that they can continue doing what they do as a nonprofit. If you cannot donate financially, please keep them in your prayers and/or spread the word! They are seriously shining a light in dark places (like here).
You can make a tax-deductible donation here: jubileeproject2014.causevox.com
Thanks so much!
More info: jubileeproject.org
Here’s a cool collab between singer/songwriter Kina Grannis, EDM producer Ken Loi, ISAtv, AT&T, and the people. A few weeks ago, Kina and Ken announced their collaboration with ISAtv and AT&T in a digital project called “The Mobile Mix.” They asked viewers to participate by helping them choose a remix style for Kina’s “Write It In The Sky.” To further the collaboration, Wong Fu Productions directed this music video featuring Arden Cho and Ryan Potter.
Dig the song? You can download it here: WeAreTheMobileMix.com