Can’t decide what to watch? Well, the varying mythologies of Asian countries like China, Japan, Vietnam and many more have got you and your tastes covered.
These Asian and Pacific Islander TV characters are in dire need of some TLC—tender, loving crystals, that is.
As the “Kung Fu” cast scrambles to find the requested trinkets for the hunt, they also share some behind-the-scenes moments.
Resurrected by The CW channel after more than 40 years, the new series packs a punch and a whole lot of heart.
The cast of The CW’s “Kung Fu” share why they’re honored to be a part of the first Asian-led drama series on a major network.
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