Was that just because they couldn't figure out where exactly to put this article that examines why Asian Americans have virtually failed at becoming popular musicians? Or is it because there is some sense that this is a "style" or "trend" story? Something to the effect of: Asians aren't in this year, nor will they ever be.
This might be the most depressing thing I've read all day:
"Asked to name the most recognizable Asian-American pop solo singer today, older generations might say the Hawaiian singer Don Ho, but younger Asian-American artists agreed on one person: William Hung, the “American Idol” castoff who became an overnight sensation in 2004 for his off-key rendition of Ricky Martin’s “She Bangs.”