Laura Sirikul is a freelance writer, researcher, and managing editor of The Nerds of Color. Throughout her career, she has written for Nerd Reactor, What To Watch, Nerdist, IGN, Movie View Magazine, Red Carpet Report, Mental Floss, Trek News, The Hollywood Reporter, Character Media, Bitch Media, and many other outlets. She has been on NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour, Nerdist's Fangirls, and many other news shows. For almost ten years, she has covered film and television extensively along with in-depth interviews with major studios such as Disney, WB, and FOX. She is also a member of the Asian American Journalist Association and the Hollywood Critics Association. Apart from addressing topics covering film and television, Laura is a strong advocate for social awareness for the underrepresented in the entertainment industry.
Kung Fu is really laying out the punches in this week’s episode. Fans finally got what they wanted: a showdown between Nicky/Henry and Zhilan/Kerwin!
There is a lot going on for the Kung Fu characters - whether it be in their personal lives, dealing with outside forces that invade their space or just helping a friend out with their criminal case.
This was an emotionally-packed episode filled with betrayal, revelations, and trying to put the pieces back together again.
With the shocking events from the mid-season finale two weeks ago, we finally have Kung Fu back in an episode that immediately answers some of our burning questions.
In what appears to be a heist-centered episode, Nicky (Olivia Liang) and Henry (Eddie Liu) find out one of the ancient weapons will be held at their local museum.
The topic of Black Lives Matter is a tricky one to explore in an episode of a series that does not revolve around the heavy subject matter or even have a Black series regular.
The CW’s martial arts reboot Kung Fu has finally premiered featuring a predominantly Asian cast to right the wrong of yellow-face that was done in the original series.
It’s not easy being the first major Disney film stalled by the global pandemic, but somehow the cast and the creative team of Raya and the Last Dragon found unique ways to complete the project.
With the recent casting news for Disney's 'Raya and The Last Dragon', the Southeast Asian-inspired film is a beautiful tribute to the culture, but falls into the same problems Hollywood has with Asians.
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