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"I get a lot of offers to play a wacky Asian character with a ‘funny’ accent, and I’m not going to do that. I once auditioned for a part that was originally for a gay man, but the producers said they were open to other things. Before I went in to audition, they told me I should do an accent, I said, ‘Like a British accent, or maybe a New York accent?’ And I got all excited. But they wanted an Asian accent, so I asked them why? Was it important to the character or just part of the joke? They said it was part of the joke. I just left. There’s no problem doing an accent if it’s a part of the character, but I just feel uncomfortable when people expect me to be a stereotype."
Tony Daniel, writer of such classics [insert sarcasm font] Battle for the Cowl is currently writing Action Comics. I will not comment on the quality of that book because it’s inconsequential, but lets just say…
The victims need all the help they can get. Cities have been leveled, buildings made of concrete were destroyed by strong winds and storm surges. Communications have yet to be reestablished in most of the areas affected by the typhoon. The full picture left behind by Haiyan has yet to be established yet the devastation reported on television is already extensive. The government is bracing for large-scale relief operations. Virtually 1/3 of the country has been ravaged by this natural disaster. And we need help.
HOW THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY CAN HELP
donations via the Philippine Red Cross (including PayPal)
Vancouver, a triptych from 2012 submitted by Julia Casol. She writes:
Cities are unique worlds of their own within larger urban areas. They are thriving, dense, rhizomatic centers, and everyone and everything is connected into one giant network. This triptych is a surreal representation of the city: resembling an organic form of a neuron, I emphasize the network and density present in Vancouver with the urban nucleus and the nexus of roadways, cables, and electrical wires.