Dear Diary… I still don’t know if I should send that letter to Tyler

If you watched my previous video, then you know that I put the letter out there… and well, I guess you could say I finally “sent” that letter to Tyler…

Dear Tyler

In my last Dear Diary video, a certain letter that was never sent was mentioned… this is that letter.

Anita Ho

My friends, Lina and Steve, made a romantic comedy based off of their own real-life experience of when Steve met Lina’s parents for the first time. The couple not only wrote and directed the film, they also star in it along with George Cheung, Elizabeth Sung, Brian Yang, Kenny Waymack Jr., Becky Wu, James To, Jonathan Park, Raymond Ma, and Albert Wong. Looks like there are some cameos by the likes of Dante Basco, Joseph Vincent, and Megan Lee, too.


For those of you in LA, there will be a limited theatrical run at the Laemmle Playhouse 7 in Pasadena from February 27th through March 5th. You can purchase tickets on Laemmle’s website.

Check out the trailer here:


“Fresh Off the Boat” premieres TOMORROW!!!

YES!!! This network television adaptation of Eddie Huang’s memoir brings the first Asian American family front and center since Margaret Cho’s “All-American Girl” from 20 years ago. I had the privilege of getting a sneak peek at the first two episodes a few weeks ago and from what I could see, there’s a lot of potential.

First of all, it has a great cast. You’ve got Randall Park who is one of the top Asian American comedic actors of all time. It excites me every time I see his face on the “Fresh Off the Boat” billboards that have been plastered all over town. Then there’s Constance Wu who I wasn’t familiar with before this show happened, but after seeing her in the trailer and the first two episodes, I have full confidence that she is gonna blow up. She’s quite the scene stealer and nails the role of a quirky Asian mom. You also have Lucille Soong, a veteran since the Charlton Heston days, who plays the kooky grandma. And of course, the boys, Hudson Yang, Forrest Wheeler, and Ian Chen who are the future!

Next, we are gonna get snippets of Eddie Huang’s real life. If you aren’t already familiar with Eddie, then you gotta know that he is quite a personality. I personally haven’t read his memoir, but based on his raw and ain’t afraid to speak the truth voice from what I’ve seen and read, I think we can definitely look forward to some good stories in this series.

Finally, the show is funny! I laughed a lot. I think a lot of people, both Asian American and non-Asian American, will enjoy the show. The series premieres with two episodes tomorrow night at 8:30|7:30c before and after “Modern Family” on ABC! So hope y’all will tune in to watch the newest modern family on the block, the Huangs! I’ve already set my DVR to record the entire series ;]

Read these articles:
All-American Girl at 20: The Evolution of Asian Americans on TV
Eddie Huang on Seeing His Memoir Become a Sitcom

More info: Official ABC Site for “Fresh Off the Boat”


Here’s episode one of a new weekly web series based off of David Choi’s real life… kind of. Starring David Choi, Samuel Juhn, and Shane Yoon.

Coming soon… “Blind Devotion”

I got unexpected chills watching this. And it’s only a teaser.


Need to learn some 90s dance moves?

Then look no further, cuz’ “Da AzN fLy GuRLz” break it down for you.


Josh Paler Lin gives a homeless man $100… you gotta watch this!

YouTube prankster Josh Paler Lin gave a homeless man $100 with the intention of filming an exposé video. Instead, Josh got some unexpected footage.

In just one day of being uploaded, the video has already been viewed over 5 million times and a fundraiser for Thomas, the homeless man, is already at over 300% of its goal. Incredible. Mad props to Josh Paler Lin! I’m a new subscriber :]

Want to help Thomas get a fresh start? Donate here.

These girls are definitely not making it on YouTube.

Dear Diary… Today I wrote a letter to Tyler

Read by my sis, Mylen Fe Yamamoto :)