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Party On With Hyphen This Weekend!

May 5th, 2011 | 2 comments | Posted by Diana


That’s right. Our favorite Bay Area mag is having a party in LA’s Chinatown on Saturday. And you know when Asians party, they PARTY. Get out your drinking goggles!!

If you live in the lovely City of Angels, come stalk special guests Jane Lui and Beau Sia with us. And if you don’t live here, umm…  just buy a plane ticket and rage with yer peeps.

Also slated to be there: Dawen, Sam Kang, Skim, A’Misa Chiu, Yumi Sukigawa, hot DJs, prizes, and my much-better-looking doppelganger, Hyphen publisher Lisa Lee!

So come one, come all, just come! Oh, and it’s 21+ (Sorry, kids. Borrow your sister’s ID!).

[Hyphen: Our Bittersweet Issue Teaser Party in L.A.]

Thanks, Lisa and Sandy!

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Let’s Take Over Everything: Vote In 2010

October 8th, 2010 | 3 comments | Posted by Diana

Not convinced you should be voting on November 2′s midterm elections? After all, we’re not voting for the President, right? Right?

Not to be a dick or anything, but if you’re sleeping through this election cycle, WAKE UP. These promise to be some of the most pivotal elections in modern history, and if you haven’t noticed, times in this country are not good. No matter where you stand on the issues, you will be feeling the impact of these votes, so for the love of Pete, get involved. You don’t want to wake up on November 3 pissed off at the world when you should be pissed at yourself.

If you aren’t registered to vote, register here, here or here.

Don’t know who to vote for? Try the simple Glassbooth quiz to find out which candidates most closely align with your beliefs.

And if you can’t summon the energy to vote, let our friend Beau Sia take a crack at convincing you:

[APIA Vote]
[Reuters: 2010 U.S. Midterm Elections - Full Coverage]

Thanks, Teddy!

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DISGRASIAN’s Extracurricular Activities

September 16th, 2010 | 0 comments | Posted by Diana

What to do when you’re not studying, calculating your taxes on an abacus, or practicing piano:

For those of you who don’t think the midterm elections coming up in November have the capacity to drastically shift the face of this country, think again. Need more persuasian? Head to the First Annual AAPI Rock the Vote event at the Ford Ampitheater in Hollywood tomorrow night and let hotstuffs Kelly Hu, Lisa and Laura Ling, Continue reading DISGRASIAN’s Extracurricular Activities

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