“Crazy Rich Asians” star Henry Golding has added another feather in his cap by making history as the first Asian GQ “Men Of The Year” cover star.
Announcing GQ’s Men (and Woman) of the Year 2018: @michaelb4jordan, @henrygolding, @jonahhill, and @serenawilliams (featuring handwriting by @virgilabloh) https://t.co/EpG3lKCJ3r #GQMOTY pic.twitter.com/6MgczSxSpq
Former “The Walking Dead” cast member and lead of the upcoming Korean thriller movie “Burning,” Steven Yeun, recently talked about the issue of Asian masculinity in Hollywood and shared his thoughts about where it currently stands – and things got pretty real.
While speaking to GQ, the 34-year-old actor went on to talk about how Asians should “trust the process” no matter how imperfect the delivery system would seem. Yeun likened the recent success of “Crazy Rich Asians” to the breakout performances of NBA player Jeremy Lin in 2012, highlighting, in particular, his last-second game-winning three-pointer against the Toronto Raptors.
This man landed an offer from GQ and skipped the interview process by sending in an untraditional resume. Sometimes it pays to take the road less traveled especially when hiring managers are pouring over hundreds of boring resumes.
Sumukh Mehta, 21, scored an internship from British GQ by creating a unique 20-page magazine spread with him on the cover as his resume.