A young Asian American known only on the Internet as Uncle Chang — the Asian equivalent of an Uncle Tom — called out liberals on why they lost the 2016 presidential election and to suck his “big Asian cock.”
He delivered his speech in front of the “He Will Not Divide Us” livestream protest at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York City on January 31.
Women are making great strides in the U.S. political arena, from a woman running for president to possibly having the youngest woman ever to be elected to Congress.
Erin Schrode, 25, is in the running for Congress in California’s District 2 in her hometown of Marin County. The New York University graduate is going against two other candidates in the hopes of filling the seat currently held by 52-year-old Democratic Rep. Jared Huffman.
An Instagram account that posts shots of a “hipster” Barbie doll intended to mock the lifestyle photography trend among millennial users is stirring a commotion on the internet.
The account, Socality Barbie, is filled with shots documenting Barbie’s trendy adventures, from staged glamour shots of nature hikes to artsy snapshots of her morning latte. She describes herself in her Instagram profile as an adventurer and a coffee drinker who is all about “that PNW (Pacific Northwest) life,” Jesus, “Authentic Living” and “Socality.”
In a shocking reveal of retailer popularity, Walmart was found to be the most popular store for millennials, beating out Target, Kroger, Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s and Costco.
InfoScout, a consumer reporting firm which has access to a nationwide panel of 175,000 shoppers, found that Walmart is the most popular store for shoppers aged 24 and below. The results were so surprising that even Walmart execs were surprised. Stephen Quinn, Walmart’s chief marketing officer, told Ad Age:
Rose Nicholas has been cashing in on her looks and the fact that everyone mistakes her for famous pop singer Taylor Swift.
The motto “fake it till you make it” is literally paying off for the 23-year-old British look-alike from Chester, England, who has made thousands impersonating the A-list celebrity.
Generation Y is the largest generation in the American workforce, with 53.5 million millennials holding down some kind of job. In comparison, there are 52.7 million Gen Xers and 44.6 million baby boomers who are employed.
So where do millennials most want to work? A new survey by the National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) asked more than 18,000 students aged 15-29 to each rank their three most preferred companies to work for from a list of 200 companies.
Twenty-three-year-old Aussie Brooke Saward is being paid to travel the world full-time. How does one land such a gig? The answer: buy a one-way ticket the day after your graduation and visit 6 continents and 50 countries by yourself. That is exactly what Brooke did when she left for London from her home in Launceston, Tasmania.
Since then she has launched a lucrative travel blog, World of Wanderlust, and has amassed a social media following of 320,000 fans who are living vicariously through her on Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat.
What would you do if you stumbled upon a $500 money order? Return it, right? But what if you were a homeless teenager and really could’ve used the cash?
Montrez Jefferies found the $500 money order near the Social Security Building in Durham, North Carolina. The 18-year-old had only one option in mind: return it.
How would you like to own two homes by the age of 27? How about making $100,000 a year and having enough capital to invest in your own business?
For most of us, if we’re being honest here, that kind of talk isn’t anything more than a pipe dream; we wouldn’t even know where to start pursuing such a fantasy. Fortunately, however, there’s someone who does know because he’s done it himself.