breathy: wong fu


This pretty much sums up how I feel about the whitewashing of Hollywood. Waiting for something to happen, puts us as the Asian American community in a vulnerable spot. Instead, We should look towards the online media! Youtube has provided a space where creators can make what they want, when they want, how they want, and with whoever they want. Even if you aren’t a creator, support the amazing Asian American content online! 

And so much moresupport this content, and do not support whitewashed films 

It wasn’t long before we were in Stage 6: Downhill. There’s not much time left once you’re here. The effort to try to make things work just… isn’t worth it anymore. Problems continue. Arguments don’t get solved…What’s next is what happens to everyone at some point: the end of the line. The worst stage ever: breaking up. I don’t know when it’ll happen, or how, but I hope we can leave it on good mutual terms-if that’s ever truly possible… And this is when the two of us will start a new path. One that leads right back to where we started: strangers.
—  Philip Wang, Strangers Again

“You are the KPop star of my dreams but not the guy for me in real life.” 

It hit me right in my heart…


Single by 30

As we get older, the pressures to “grow up” from our family, peers, and society get heavier. What if we had a little extra motivation, and a backup plan?


You are who I love. The girl on the pedestal, the fantasy, the make-believe things that are actually true. You are what I love. The depth, the inside jokes, the best friend. You are when I love. A new history is being started with you. We are the young lovers our older selves will some day reminisce about. You are where I love because I’d go any where just to be with you. You are why I love because before you, I didn’t truly understand what I was looking for. Now that we’ve found each other, you’ve given my past and future a meaning

You are the sixth. You are the last.