Now, it's time for part two of the Asian faces Quiz! While in aforesaid time warp, he discovered that he absolutely loves writing, blogging, and sharing.
Donald is the creator, writer, designer, editor, programmer, and occasional bad artist of blog (that's just way too many hats, dude).
In 2010, when Scott Brown won Ted Kennedy’s seat in a special election after Sen. Minority Leader Mitch Mc Connell called Brown’s election a referendum on the ongoing congressional deliberation to pass health care legislation and argued that the Senate should not finish voting on health care legislation until Brown was seated.
Then-Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid honored that request and decided not to hold a vote until the Senate had sworn Brown in.
Rather, it was because Black voters—especially women—and millennials turned out and overwhelmingly supported Jones. Because he campaigned on values and policies that resonate with these core constituents: access to affordable education, access to affordable healthcare, defending a woman’s right to choose, defending social safety net programs and opposing the Trump administration’s corporate agenda, in particular the tax plan.
Just like my coworkers did to me, I'm going to pose the question to you. Looking at so many different, beautiful Asian faces made me think about another post I did about "The Eight Standards of Japanese Beauty." Seeing how the faces so many of the "glamorous" photos in this quiz are eerily similar, I wonder if the list of Japanese beauty standards I observed, applies to Chinese and Korean beauty as well. At the end of the day, we all have different faces, different cultures and even different imperfections.
Republicans rammed through the Senate version of the Trump tax plan in the dead of night a few weeks ago with almost no time for senators to review the document.
They even hand-wrote some of the edits in the margins.
Or maybe I'm making this quiz about pretty Asian women because I'm extremely chauvinistic? I was struggling to use Japanese with the Japanese-speaking teachers. But while I was “bombing,” my ears did catch one part of a conversation.
How did the idea for this quiz come about, you ask? I remember having lunch with my AEON coworkers one day (during my extended eikaiwa stint).