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Report: Vietnamese Coffee Better Than Sex
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Report: Vietnamese Coffee Better Than Sex

A report by the Culinary Institute of South East Asia has found Vietnamese coffee to be more enjoyable than having sex. The variation of traditional western coffee, or Cà phê sữa đá, was found to unlock 3 times as much serotonin than sex and is a whopping 470% more addictive on a day to day...

High School Banana To Discover Joy Of Asian Friends At Uni
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High School Banana To Discover Joy Of Asian Friends At Uni

Jumping into first year architecture, long time banana Damian Chow has found himself around a surprisingly cool group of Asian friends. Shaped mostly by his high school upbringing, ‘Damo’, ‘yewed’ his way through his formative years as the loose Asian guy. But after 18 years of fronting his identity to hang with the white group,...

Local Weeb Comes Out From Hentai Dungeon To Grab Bowl Of Tonkotsu Ramen
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Local Weeb Comes Out From Hentai Dungeon To Grab Bowl Of Tonkotsu Ramen

After 2 days in ‘hentai hibernation’, local weeb, Trevor Ho, is hitting pause. The self described Japanese culture enthusiast, will come out from his lair and break bread at the counter of his favourite Ramen shop, Ramen King Chinatown. “Recharge des so I can consume more des!” Trevor yells at the counter.  “Tonnnnnnkatsu ramennnnnn!” The...

Newlywed Asians Giving Hong Baos at CNY Consider Divorce Next Year
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Newlywed Asians Giving Hong Baos at CNY Consider Divorce Next Year

KUNG HEI FAT CHOI Newlyweds ‘The Lees’ Allan and Livia Lee had recently tied the knot. “Ah, finally some financial breathing room!” exhaled Allan as they came back from their honeymoon last month. But woe unto them. It’s Chinese New Year and the fiscal spending has only just got started. To prepare red packets for...

Report: Anglo-Indian Doesn’t Have An ‘Indian Name’
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Report: Anglo-Indian Doesn’t Have An ‘Indian Name’

“No, really! My name is Colin” Colin Chandra has once again had to reiterate his family’s Portuguese-Indian ancestry to his new work colleagues. “My parents are from Goa which was under Portuguese Colonial influence until the British came through” he tells colleagues at his new job. After repeating the same history lesson to people in...