A Man Is A Man

As I read different forums and online discussions about AMBW I can’t help but wonder if many of the Black women who profess there undying infatuation for Asian men have ever interacted with one in real life. I get the impression that many of the ladies haven’t a clue about Asian men beyond their interest for martial arts films and K-Pop. Don’t get me wrong I understand that our interest have to start somewhere (I have no problem admitting that Bruce Lee was probably what peeked my interest in Asian men or that Dante Basco was probably my first Asian crush).

Just Saying Hi & Interacting w/ My Community

Hey, Guys. I just wanted to drop by and say hi and keep in touch. Lots of things are going on here. I started my new blog talk show called "Fitness Odyssey in the Mornings w/ Gerri B" so I'm excited about that. I started my own Blasian group site for those in Kentucky and the bordering states. I'm still working on that. Forelone, I don't know how you do it LOL! I do have one little pet peeve though. We don't interact on here that often. I belong to a self-help group called ToolstoLife.com.

New to the site

Hey everybody,
I'm new to Blasianton & glad that I've found it! I didn't think there was another site out there which connected Blacks & Asians. Just like my group:
http://www.meetup.com/Asian-Men-and-Black-Women-Group/
in which we try to encourage more Asian Male and Black Women relationships, you're on the same page as us! Well I hope to make new friends here and help to grow a new & upcoming culture of Blasians!

So excited~!

In a week, I'll be on a plane heading out to South Korea with my sister and one of my best friends! It will be my first time back since September of '93, but even more importantly, I'll see my mom for the first time in about ten years. My sister and I will get to meet our step-father as well, which I'm kind of nervous about while still excited. I'll be taking A LOT of pictures for sure... which means they'll be edited and posted in like... two months. xD;;

Anyway, just felt like making a new entry. :3

Longing for a Real House to call my own

For the longest time we have been wanting to buy our own home. Even in pre-depression economy, the prices of real estate aren't getting any cheaper; doesn't help if we are living in NYC. To buy a half decent apartment today would cost about 350K for a two bedroom and 500K for a three bedroom. To be honest, my house-hold income is only about 10% of what I would like to afford for a comparable house, within a decent neighborhood.

Hi everybody !!!!

I'm Mikymike from france.
i live in paris, i'm married and i have 2 children

i'm asian and my wife is from west indies.

see you !!!

The Seeds of Life: building a better tomorrow

Several years ago we started planting seeds here and there; there were so many different types of seeds to plant, it was literally limitless.

My wife has always been a master at this; but for me, it took quite some learning on my part. Today, I do this without hesitation; it has become a part of my daily life style. I can truly say that I eat, sleep, and dream about planting seeds. I have to admit, I have gotten so much more out of life since I started on this journey. I sincerely hope that everyone would join me in planting some seeds today.

Valentine's Day

As I'm sure people, commercials, and various other advertisements have been all up in your face about it, V-day is, like, right over there. *points*

Now, I'm not one to get excited about this day, but I'm sure at least a few of you are all about it. This blog post is for you guys to share your V-day stories, past or present (assuming you discuss this year's V-day), good or bad. What do you like/dislike about V-day? What is your favorite V-day memory? And so on.

Family Trip to Mobile AL

Recently my Grandma-inlaw passed away and we had to make a short trip to Mobile, AL for her funeral. That was the bad news... The good news is that we got to meet with some of our cousins who are around the same ages as us. While in AL, we were shown around; we even had a chance to visit the local mall, and some site seeing. I swear, the locals can tell a NY'r a mile away, we were the only ones wearing coats...

Happy Chinese New Year! (Lunar New Years)

Today we took our daughter out to celebrate her first Chinese New Year in Chinatown. The day started out hectic, many late comings and droppers; but the day ended better than expected. Nothing says Happy Chinese New Years than with close family and friends celebrating it with you.

Our Restaurant of choice, GOLDEN UNICORN; good food and better company, you can not ask for anything more. I hope next year we can set up something similar for our Blasianton members living in and around NYC. Anyone interested?