Dec 12, 2013
Sriracha and Other Asian Cooking Sauces

Dec 12, 2013
The Truth About Sriracha

The Truth About Sriracha
By Chongchen Saelee

If you’ve grown up in America in even the most semi of Asian culture, you might be familiar with Huy Fong Foods brand of sriracha, otherwise now synonymously known as “Sriracha” with a capital S in ‘murica. Much like how Americans only fell in love with Chinese wire-fu with Ang Lee’s “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon”, there seems to be a late to the train game going on. But mostly, this chili sauce is catching on because it has become known as the hipster ketchup. And ketchup has a stigma for being cheap and junk food (sugar, vinegar, and red dye, no tomatoes whatsoever). These modern hipsters are putting it on EVERYTHING. But real Asians were just using it in pho. more »

Dec 8, 2013
Eating Chinese BBQ Pork Baked Buns

http://youtu.be/x2iO7XOLABw

Life is sweet… and sour pork buns.

Dec 6, 2013
Frozen River Adventure with Eastfist
Empty park bench overlooking frozen river

Empty park bench overlooking frozen river

More photos and a short film ahead…

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Dec 5, 2013
Deliverance (1972) Film Review

Deliverance (1972) Film Review
By Chongchen Saelee

Wow. That’s all I can say. I have never seen the movie in its entirety before. But now I don’t regret owning it on Blu-ray. more »

Dec 4, 2013
Invasion of the Bee Women (1973) – Free Movie – Public Domain Film

Dec 4, 2013
Dr. Jinseng Kwak Explains Good Satire vs. Bad Comedy

Nov 29, 2013
My First Encounter With Candy Crush Saga Unlock Screen

Nov 26, 2013
New Agent S and Agent Blue Digital Drawings
Agent Blue Attacks!

Agent Blue Attacks!

Agent S power grip

Agent S power grip

Nov 25, 2013
CIA and NSA’s got a problem: It thinks it’s Robert DeNiro and being cute for spying on people

CIA’s got a problem: It thinks it’s Robert DeNiro and being cute for spying on people
By Chongchen Saelee

Filmmaker James Cameron can make light of domestic spying abuse with his spy-thriller “True Lies”, which was actually a remake of a French film (the French are the ones who practically created the war and spy culture), and Ben Stiller’s “Meet The Parents” has a similar sub-plot. more »