A month after making it clear that he only wants employees who can work 12 hours a day, six days a week, Alibaba chairman Jack Ma is now encouraging married ones — especially newlyweds — to also work hard between the sheets.
Presiding at a ceremony for the company’s 15th “Ali Day” on Friday, the Chinese e-commerce magnate defended the “996” work culture once more but endorsed “669” for his employees’ personal lives.
Love, romance and intimacy — these are subject matters Hollywood doesn’t always associate with Asians. This lack of representation and perpetual stereotyping has provided Asians growing up in western countries with very little relatable content.
Photographer and director, An Rong Xu is filling that void for Asian Americans like himself through his project, “New Romantics.” The Chinese-born, New York-raised artist took to the streets of South Korea, Taiwan and China to capture raw, unadulterated moments between Asians to share the beauty in emotional intimacy and everyday moments.
It has been a common fashion statement for many couples in South Korea to wear matching outfits. The trend, which has crossed into many Asian countries in recent years has now evolved to the next level.
According to fashion site Very Good Light, Korean men are now buying make-up and skincare products to that match their girlfriends’.
Dear Steve Harvey, this may come as some absurd surprise to you, but people actually do want to date and marry Asian men.
During a recent segment on his talk show, Harvey cracked some unfunny jokes about dating advice books, including “How to Date a White Woman: A Practical Guide for Asian Men.”
Alvin Lau was a Crusader when he met Alexis Loo, a Demon Hunter, in the exciting world of the role-playing video game Diablo III. The two Diablo gamers would eventually become friends and shortly after, a married couple, Kotaku reported.
Last year, just before the pair got married, they celebrated their game-ignited romance with a pre-wedding photoshoot in a true Diablo-esque fashion.