- Bao Wow, a pan-Asian food stall in the U.K., is rebranding after the U.S. chain Wow Bao threatened the owners with legal action.
- Jonathan and Alicia Horsley, the owners of the Bao Wow stall at Darlington Market, were told to repurpose all their branding and social media by 4 p.m. on Friday.
- Wow Bao, which supplies 500 restaurants across the U.S., said: “The use of Bao Wow in this way will infringe the WOW BAO Trade Marks under section 10(2) of the Trade Marks Act.”
- Without resources to fight the case, the couple from Middleton St. George now seeks the public's help with finding a new name.
A couple is seeking the public’s help to rebrand their recently launched street food business in the U.K. after receiving threats of legal action over its name.
Husband and wife Jonathan and Alicia Horsley, owners of the pan-Asian food stall Bao Wow at Darlington Market, received a legal letter from U.S. supplier Wow Bao demanding that they change their stall’s name.
Domee Shi, director of the Oscar-winning Pixar short “Bao,” is back at work with the studio for a new feature-length animated film.
Announced on Disney’s Investor Day, “Turning Red” follows a teenager named Mei, who transforms into a giant red panda whenever she gets too excited.
As the members of the thriving Facebook group Asian Life Hacks can attest, we Asians are a resourceful lot.
Able to make the most of what’s available, we can MacGyver our way into most situations from using rice to glue things to repairing a broken kitchen sink with ramen.
The short film, which played before “Incredibles 2” during its theatrical run last year, was the directorial debut of Chinese-Canadian director Domee Shi for Disney and Pixar.
Pixar’s “Bao” is now an official nominee for the 91st Academy Awards.
Directed by Domee Shi, the eight-minute animation that played before “Incredibles 2” received a nomination for Best Short Film on Tuesday.
The adorable Disney and Pixar short film “Bao” has been shortlisted for the 2019 Oscars.
“Bao,” along with other Pixar and DreamWork’s animated shorts, made it on the list for Best Animated Short, according to IndieWire.
Many Pixar fans are going out to see “Incredibles 2,” and like pretty much every Pixar film that comes out, there is a short film that plays before the main feature.
This year, we are treated to the short film “Bao,” a lovely tale of a Chinese-Canadian mother who lives in an empty home with her husband and gets another chance at motherhood when one of her dumplings comes to life.