Steven Luatua, the Samoan Power Forward

Steven Luatua is a New Zealand rugby union player. His regular playing position is either as a lock or a loose forward. He plays for the Blues in Super Rugby[2] and Auckland in the ITM Cup. Luatua was a member of the New Zealand under 20 team which won the 2010 and 2011 IRB Junior…

Tommy Kono

Tamio “Tommy” Kono (June 27, 1930 – April 24, 2016) was an American weightlifter in the 1950s and 1960s. Kono set world records in four different weight classes:[1] lightweight (149 pounds or 67.5 kilograms), middleweight (165 lb or 75 kg), light-heavyweight (182 lb or 82.5 kg), and middle-heavyweight (198 lb or 90 kg).[2] Of Japanese descent, Kono was born in Sacramento,…

Korean-American Store Owner Faces 8 Years in Prison For Killing Robber

A Korean-American store owner who shot and killed a suspected thief last year will be serving an eight-year jail term following a recent court decision in Washington. Devastated family members of 31-year-old Min Sik Kim were left in tears after the judge handed down the sentencing on Friday, reports Kiro 7 news. Kim, who owns…

Examples of racist/ white nationalist alt-right / conservative / racist white males married to Asian women

Richard Spencer, founder of the Alt-Right: multiple Asian ex-girlfriends Nick Folkes; Australian “Stop White Genocide” campaigner. Folkes’ ex-wife is Japanese. Founder of the Australian “Party for Freedom.” Vehemently anti-Chinese, vehemently anti-Islam. Has two Asian looking children, a son and a daughter. RamZPaul, racist vlogger: openly discusses his fetish for Asian women in his videos John…

Asian High School Student Shot Dead By Police For Holding a Pen

Tommy Le was supposed to graduate on June 14 at Career Link, an alternative high school completion program at South Seattle College but he was dead hours before the celebration began. According to the Seattle Times, the student, who has been described “goofy” and “bubbly” by his teachers and schoolmates, was shot and killed by…

Shuhari 守破離 is a Japanese martial art concept, and describes the stages of learning to mastery

Shuhari roughly translates to “first learn, then detach, and finally transcend.” shu (守?) “protect”, “obey” — traditional wisdom — learning fundamentals, techniques, heuristics, proverbs ha (破?) “detach”, “digress” — breaking with tradition — detachment from the illusions of self ri (離?) “leave”, “separate” — transcendence — there are no techniques or proverbs, all moves are…