Chinese social media users reportedly chastised Hong Kong actor Bobby Au-Yeung for posting a Christmas-themed video online.
Season’s greetings: The 61-year-old actor uploaded two videos to his Douyin account on Dec. 24 greeting his over 110,000 followers while wearing a Santa Claus hat in front of a Christmas tree, according to AsiaOne.
Filipinos, Fil-Ams proudly display parols as symbol of ‘light and hope’ in year marred by anti-Asian violence
Filipino and Filipino Americans show pride in their Asian roots through the public display of parols in a year marred by anti-Asian violence.
The Philippine Christmas spirit
September’s arrival means two things for many Filipinos: the holiday season is fast approaching, and memes featuring Chinese-Filipino singer Jose Mari Chan, 76, will be everywhere.Here come the memes
Altered images and online jokes featuring the beloved singer have unintentionally become a part of the Filipino holiday tradition in recent years.
Dear People Who Don’t Celebrate the Holidays in a Traditional Manner,
I still remember when I told my college friends that I didn’t usually celebrate Thanksgiving with a big turkey, stuffing, or pumpkin pie. They reacted with disbelief and apologetic sympathy. A wave of pity seemed to wash over them and somehow, in that moment, I felt so very alienated.
With the holiday season comes endless tinsel, gifts, and decorations. And with it, also comes mountains of waste piled as high as a Christmas tree.
If Greta Thunberg hasn’t scared you enough into being more eco-conscious lately, let me just reiterate:
It’s the holiday season and you want to find just the perfect gift for the special Asian baby girl in your life! Well look no further, here’s a round-up of nifty gifties that are bound to impress.1. Baby Yoda Plush
You don’t need a tracking fob to find new items inspired by The Child from #TheMandalorian.
Shopping for your parents is no easy task. You probably know them better than anyone else in the world, but somehow it’s intrinsically difficult to find them something that they’d actually like. They tell you that they don’t want anything. They tell you not to waste your money. But if you don’t get them anything — oh boy — they won’t forget that. If your mother and father are fashionable parents, click here to find out more of great trendy clothing you can give them.
Here also are some crowd-pleasers that even the strictest of Asian parents would like!
Help your friends and family show off their unique personalities with clever and cute AirPod cases.
The hottest tech accessory used to be gachapon Winnie the Pooh keychains in costumes. Although gacahpon never goes out of style, the thing to do in 2020 is to dress up those bland white AirPods cases!
Asian parents always have their unique ways of doing things, especially when it comes to Christmas gifts. As their children, we may not have always gotten the toys we wanted as children, but looking back, we’ve got some hilarious stories to share.
From cans of coconut milk to mosquito repellents, here are some of the most hilarious gifts Asians have received from their parents. It’s the thought that counts, right?
Much like the Holiday-themed parties and KFC chicken feasts, young Japanese women wearing Santa Claus outfits have become a staple of Japan’s Christmas tradition.
さあ明日はクリスマスイーブ🎄 ということで #ダラムS1 に サンタコス🎅🏻でお邪魔するお💓
A character from a classic ‘90s Hong Kong movie has gone viral on Chinese social media for its resemblance to Santa Claus.
Pictures of Oboi — pronounced the same as the English words “All Buy” — played by veteran Hong Kong actor Elvis Tsui in the 1992 movie “Royal Tramp,” has been widely shared by Chinese netizens.
Film star Jet Li is known to keep his children out of the spotlight; however, this Christmas, Li graced Instagram with a photo of himself and his two daughters at his side.