An article by Paste Magazine quotes Nancy Wang Yuen, a sociologist, in which she recalls talking to an unnamed casting director regarding Asians.
“I work with a lot of different people and Asians are a challenge to cast because most casting directors feel as though they’re not very expressive,” the Hollywood casting director allegedly told Yuen. Read more…
China is looking to fully ban gasoline cars down the road.
The surprising announcement was made at an automotive industry forum over the weekend. Xin Guobin, deputy minister of industry and IT, said the ministry has started planning out a timeline for the end of petrol and diesel cars, and light commercial vehicles.
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There are a lot of horrible and stupid things on the internet in 2017, but there is also, perpetually, hope.
This time, it’s in the form of Sir Patrick Stewart, veteran thespian and erstwhile poo emoji, trolling comedian and Silicon Valley star Thomas Middleditch in a series of incessantly savage Instagram posts. It’s absurd and it’s senseless and yet, it’s all that makes sense anymore.
It started Wednesday morning with this extremely English post; Stewart speaks to Middleditch as if the latter is his butler at Downton, and creates a colorful world with as much realism. We want to meet Dagworth Maestro and Willie West, and we will dress in our finest to join Stewart for tea in the rose garden. Read more…