The oldest continuously-running Chinese restaurant in the U.S., the Pekin Noodle Parlor, has been feeding customers in Butte, Montana, since 1911.
/r/asianAre you guys just as bothered as I am with most of the models in the pictures being white instead of Asian to represent something Asian, or am I overreacting?
/r/asianHow The U.S. Fell Behind China In The Fight Against Climate Change - Ever since Pres Trump withdrew the U.S. from the Paris Agreement, China has played an increasingly large role in the fight against climate change. China is now the world’s largest manufacturer of solar panels and electric vehicles.
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/r/asian[Ip Man 4: The Finale (2019)] Bruce Lee Alley Fight Scene
/r/asianExplore Crumbling Towers Hidden in Myanmar’s Jungle
/r/asianWarrior (TV 2019-): Ah Sahm and The Madame vs Teddy Boys Raiding Scene
/r/asianBrotherhood of Blades (2002) - 3 sworn brothers, and deadly Secret Police of the Imperial Guard. The new Emperor's first mission: find and annihilate a corrupt fugitive and his followers. But one mistake reveals the truth: they are pawns in a deadly game. [Full Film]
/r/asianAll My Life (2020) - Based on the powerful true love story that inspired an entire nation, All My Life follows the journey of an engaged couple who make the difficult decision to accelerate their wedding in the wake of a devastating discovery. Starring Jessica Rothe & Harry Shum Jr.
/r/asian9 Monkeys of Shaolin - From the Makers of Redeemer.
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/r/asianLost City of Angkor Wat | Lost Temples
/r/asianAsian individuals open up about how being Asian has affected their dating lives
/r/asianJapan’s 9-Year-Old Drumming Prodigy Never Misses a Beat
/r/asianWhy Korean Barbecue Is Better in the US Than Korea
/r/asianAmerica's Anti-Asian Pandemic (2020) - They have been stabbed, had acid thrown at them and barred from public transport. This is now a reality for some Asian Americans bearing the brunt of increasing tensions between the United States and China. [00:25:15]
/r/asianIn Taiwan, massage therapy gets an edge. Dao Liao, or “blade therapy,” has been around for over 2,500 years, first originating in ancient China as an alternative to traditional medicine. Practitioners use specially blunted knives instead of hands to refresh and renew their clientele.
/r/asianAndrew Yang | TIME100 Talks
/r/asianClimbing China's Incredible Cliffs | National Geographic - China is home to the world's greatest concentration of karsts: rocky spires and spillways shaped over time by the elements. For some climbers, scaling these challenging natural sculptures is the experience of a lifetime.
/r/asianQuestion - Found this in a forest in France, someone can tell me what language is used and what does it means? :)
/r/asianIn Japan, Repairing Buildings Without a Single Nail
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/r/asianThere's no such thing as not voting | Eric Liu
/r/asianA Chef’s Search for the Spicy Flavors of His Ancestors
/r/asianTrending in China: Master carpenter Grandpa Amu creates intricate toys for his grandson, and more
/r/asianHow Britain Got China Hooked On Opium | Empires Of Dirt - VICE World News Host Zing Tsjeng Delves Into Her Own Family History To Remember That Time The British Empire Was One Of The Worst Drug Pushers In History And Got China Hooked On Opium.
/r/asianI heard Japan's borders just opened back up to visitors! Hurray!
/r/asianPro Surfer Reviews Surf Movies, from 'Blue Crush' to 'Point Break' | Vanity Fair
/r/asianMarvel Comics Shang-Chi Interview: Writer Gene Yang on Redefining The Master of Kung-Fu