28 February 2015

Jeremy Long: Representin'

by Bian-lian Huang


Jeremy Long is one of the few Asian-American male porn stars in the industry.  Of course, the industry has long embraced Asian-American women porn stars such as Evelyn Lin, Alina Li, Tera Patrick, et al.

So this is "progress" for the porn industry and for society as a whole as Asian-Americans are becoming increasingly organic to this country.

Interestingly enough, this kid has not fully shed his Asian stereotype:  He is a law student at Boalt Hall, the highly selective law school on the UC Berkeley campus.  He's also a graduate of Cambridge University in England.  We should note here that Evelyn Lin was a student at UC San Diego, albeit a communications major.

20 February 2015

SICKO: RUNNING DOGS OF BRITISH IMPERIALISM




THESE CHING-CHONG HONG KONG GEESE ARE SICKENING.  THEY LOOK DOWN ON CHINA AND KISS THE DISGUSTING HAIRY ASS OF THE BRITS!

DAMNED GEESE!  Jiefang Xiao Xianggang!!

24 January 2015

The Precious Things I Threw Away as a Young Man


By J. Fairbank

Happy New Year, dear faithful readers of the Fairbank Report.  This year, 2015, marks the 10th anniversary of this blog.  Where did the time go?

Of late, I've been reflecting on life, work, and happiness.  One constant theme in my life is my nonchalant abandonment of things (and perhaps a few people too?) that made me happy.  Of course, I did not know it then when I threw them away.  I was throwing them away to advance my career or fortune.  Career and fortune don't necessarily bring happiness.  They sometimes do, but many times bring on the opposite.

Was it Descartes who advised us to "know thyself?"  How many of us really do until it's too late?

Oftentimes, I envy the clerical or even janitorial staff who worked in the many companies that I was a part of.  They were happy with their carefree, stress-free lives.  They brown-bagged their lunches and jovially cracked jokes on the smallest things.  In short, they were contented, which is the essence of life.

On the other hand, those of us who are "degreed" have been leading a lie:  Graduate in the top 5% of your university, pursue a career track, and CLAW your way to the top. When you do, you will be happy.  What they (the mass media, the school system, mainstream society in general) did not tell us are the many sleepless nights, upset stomachs, psychological torments, and even psychosomatic blotches on our skin that come with the rat race.  In the end, what's there?  Maybe a respectable title?  Maybe some money, a maybe at that?  But not necessarily happiness.

Know Thyself...Know Thyself early on in life.