Northwestern University student Lawrence Dai either loves French food or painfully bad movies–he’s watching Julie & Julia every day for a year, and (Surprise!) blogging about it. [The Lawrence/Julie & Julia Project]
According to his OKCupid profile, Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange has “Asian teengirl stalkers.” Can we just say: definitely, definitely NOT IT. [Gawker]
In related news, someone on Quora wants to know: “Why do some Asian girls like white guys?” [8 Asians]
Chinese architect Dai Fei created this very “Mork” egg home intended to be an inexpensive alternative to Beijing’s high cost of housing. Nanu nanu! [China Daily]
One step forward… Doctors Nat and Kat are the first all-woman team to win The Amazing Race. [AP]
Two steps back… Hooters opens their first restaurant in Tokyo. [Slate]
Euna Lee recently spoke to the Academy of Art about her captivity in North Korea with fellow journalist Laura Ling. Lee’s new book about her experience, The World is Bigger Now: An American Journalist’s Release from Captivity in North Korea, is out now. [AcademyArt.edu] Thanks, Henson!
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