What comes to mind when you think of an Asian man? A strong, tenacious martial arts killer? A stoic intellectual guru? What about a passionate, artistic, ultra-cool, funny...yo-yo champion?... See full summary »

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What comes to mind when you think of an Asian man? A strong, tenacious martial arts killer? A stoic intellectual guru? What about a passionate, artistic, ultra-cool, funny...yo-yo champion? Welcome to the new millennium...from traditional marriages to sexual diversity, Asian men are speaking up and stepping out... Written by Anonymous

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In search of the perfect Asian Male Role Model

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Asian Men Make-Over
22 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a cool social documentary about the stereotypical images of Asian Men as viewed by a primarily Western standpoint. Seldom has a serious subject be treated with such insight and fun. The episode with Jackie Chan is a blast. All the other Asian men in the film allow us to obscure and deconstruct the usual enigma that they have been "pigeon-holed" in. The other Asian men showcased include a 1930s Yo-Yo Champion, a World War Two veteran/Romeo, a cool Standup artist and an renown Indian actor and shrink. And last but not least, the all time Mr Asian man himself - Bruce lee. This really a cool doc. I saw it in Australia and would recommend it to anyone who dig good but serious documentary. Yes, the real Asian Men are ready for their close-ups.


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