subtle asian traits
Social media platform Facebook announced that they are introducing a new award for creators called Facebook Community Awards, and community group Subtle Asian Traits has been nominated.
Awards: Facebook created this award in order to “showcase, celebrate and reward more of the incredible community builders we see on our platform every day.” Subtle Asian Traits, also fittingly known as SAT, has been nominated under the “Identity” category.
“Subtle Asian Traits” (SAT), a popular Facebook group dedicated to memes and posts about the Asian experience, is now being developed as a television series.
About the project: The college-set television series, based on a script written by Ivan Tsang and Justin R. Ching, will be produced by John Zhang and new studio Jumpcut, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
A Taiwanese woman’s love story spanning across the world from Tanzania to Montreal, Canada, captured the hearts of over 53,000 people on the Facebook group Subtle Asian Traits.
Leo Liu and his brother learned how to make wontons and dumplings from their parents when they were children.
So, when his brother invited him one evening to prepare “as many wontons as possible for later,” Leo obliged.
Finding love, let alone dating after battling a toxic past is never easy, to say the least.
Carrying emotional baggage is crushing and can weigh some people down to a point where finding a healthy relationship is nearly impossible. Fortunately for Facebook user Sarah Grace, she didn’t come looking for love. Love found her.
A newly-married Asian man shared on social media how his father eventually learned to accept his African wife.
Clarence Tan, a half Hongkonger and half Singaporean man living in the United States, recently tied the knot with his girlfriend Edna Sophia, a woman from Ghana, West Africa.
A Vietnamese dad won over the hearts of thousands of Facebook users for his incredibly sweet yet subtle gesture of love for his wife, even when they are apart.
In a post on the popular Facebook group “subtle asian traits,” member Nhi Pham shared how her father expresses his deep love for his mom in his own sweet way.
Jonathan Nguyen has amassed over 4,000 followers on Facebook and it’s fair to say, he’s definitely easy on the eyes.
However, it was not his own good looks and charm that made him go viral on the Facebook group Subtle Asian Traits, but rather, his unbelievably stunning and youthful mother.
Special situations call for a variety of playlists, and sometimes, certain moods demand something more intimate, and very specific.
David Nguyen was a university student in Sydney, Australia when he felt the need to translate his heartbreak into a mixtape as a means of venting his “feelings through music.”
Alice Kim, a university student from Toronto, Canada, ran into a minor crisis over a week ago after washing her four-year-old Totoro plushie.
Shocked to discover that her stuffed toy had lost its eyes, Kim panicked a bit and shared her misfortune on Facebook group Subtle Asian Traits.
Among the many experiences that connects all Asian kids who grew up in the West is the shame or embarrassment other children made you feel when you brought home-cooked Asian food to school for lunch. For Anthony Kang, his story of getting bullied was met with a touching moment as a Korean kid growing up in Canada.
In his recent post on the Facebook group “Subtle Asian Traits,” Kang highlighted how a teacher’s action helped enlighten his elementary classmate who then exhibited prejudice toward him and the food he ate during lunch.
YouTuber Timmy Sun, aka Timstar, is attributing the success of his ongoing relationship with his girlfriend Sijia Wang to the power of bubble tea.
In celebration of their six months of being together, Sun took to Facebook group Subtle Asian Traits to discuss his happiness with Wang.