- The Chicago Tribune has a Chinese New Year's article about transracial adoptees and how their parents are handling inculcating culture. Something to consider if you're spending V-Day sweatin' yellow fever.
- Speaking of the products of yellow fever, mixies Apolo Ohno and newbie Fil Am J.R. Celski got medals at the Olympics Saturday night. Woot.
- Someone else to keep an eye on during these Olympics: US figure skater Mirai Nagasu, who may not get a medal, but is getting a wackadoo reputation.
- Other Fil Ams in sports: SF Giants pitcher Tim Lincecum is the highest paid pitcher in his first year of eligibility, apparently ever.
- The Koream missionary Robert Park, who went off the rails on his crazy train into North Korea, has been returned to the U.S. chastened, but apparently unharmed.
- A Sacramento man who worked three JA family farms during the internment to save them, is going to be honored next week.
- Speaking of internment, a new documentary film short tells the story behind this famous internment photo.
- Feds are investigating Milwaukee's Asian gangs, who have committed 140 violent crimes against one another in the past few years. Wow.
- And finally, in Ahmadinanigans Watch: Iran has quietly reduced Kian Tajbakhsh's sentence from 12 years to 5. Mmm hmm.
Much love and ly see to you tonight, my peoples!