Sunday, October 2, 2022

The Return of K-Con: The Fourth Generation of K-Pop Blazes On

After two years of virtual concerts mid-pandemic, KCON has returned to the big stage, starting with LA. The largest K-Pop convention celebrated its 10 year anniversary this year, with stunning performances to highlight the big night.

Universal Studios: Itinerary and Tips

Trying to fit both Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure in just one day can definitely be difficult, so even if you can’t accomplish everything you want, it is still rewarding to get in your must-go or favorite attractions.

After Yang: Loss, Family, and What It Means to Be Asian

After Yang follows a family set in a sci-fi world, consisting of two parents, Kyra and Jake, their adoptive daughter, Mika, and the android/“technosapien” Yang that was purchased by the parents to help teach Mika about her Chinese heritage.

My Fair Lady: Was It Actually Lovely? 

As an addition to the planned shows of 2020, My Fair Lady definitely did not disappoint. From the complexity of the set to the attention to detail revolving around the accents and costumes, the show was truly a sight to see.

Project Sekai to Release Korean Version

Popular Japanese rhythm game Project Sekai: Colorful Stage is following in the footsteps of games along the vein of Bandori and Ensemble Stars!! by releasing a Korea-localized edition of the app.

An Oscar Nominee Preview

The 94th Oscars are set to take place on Sunday, March 27th. For us viewers at home, it is sure to be a fun night of analyzing celebrity outfits, listening to grateful speeches, and watching some wonderful films, actors, directors, and other creatives be recognized for their contributions to entertainment this year. 

Chinese Censorship Cracks Down on Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact has been feeling the strain of censorship from two sides at once: one, the campaign against ‘sexualized character designs,’ and two, the infamous campaign against feminine men.

The Power of the Dog: Masculinity as a Prison

Based on the novel by Thomas Savage, The Power of the Dog welcomes you to a Western psychological drama. Jane Campion directs her first feature film since 2009’s Bright Star, also serving as a writer and producer.

These Violent Delights and These Violent Ends: A Romance to Die For

A city where radiant silks glimmer under gunpowder explosions and jazz rhythms are punctuated by the screams of traitors piercing the night; such is the city of Shanghai in Author Chloe Gong’s duology, These Violent Delights and These Violent Ends.

Mitski’s Laurel Hell: A Soft Goodbye

By Pen Fang Mitski is back. After a 4 year hiatus after her last album Be the Cowboy — after which she stated she would be...

Follow ESN

WP2Social Auto Publish Powered By :