The Chinese Year of the Dragon 2024 arrives on February 10. These special edition Nike Air Jordan 1 sneakers arrive a couple of weeks before that with an oil-green dragonscale texture accented with rich red laces. We love the classic Air Jordan wings logo embroidered on its shiny golden back.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with this assorted candy pack from Mashi Box. It’s loaded with tasty treats from various Asian countries. Depending on the luck of the draw, your tastebuds may travel to Japan, Vietnam, Korea, Thailand, or China. Each package includes bite-size packs of 20 different candies, with two of each type.
The action RPG Black Myth: Wukong is looking even better than it’s first gameplay video. The environmental effects are truly impressive, but it’s the fighting and enemy design that has us really excited for this game, inspired by the classic Chinese novel Journey to the West.
This insane video from China features a slab of raw pork belly that turns into a snake, a bee that turns into a fly, a hand that turns into a butcher’s knife, and a woman who defies the laws of physics. And if none of that makes any sense, hit play for the best instructional cooking video you’ll watch today.
Musicians Bei Bei Zheng and Vera Yaqi Mackay perform a unique arrangement of Dick Dale and the Del Tones’ 1963 surf rock classic Misirlou, giving it a distinctively Asian flair when led off by a 21-string Chinese instrument known as a guzheng, with accompaniment on piano.
Chinese lion dancing is a beautiful and vibrant artform that has gradually been fading from existence. In this wonderful documentary by Law Chen, we meet Sara Lai, a dancer who has trained to become the head of the lion in the traditionally male-dominated performance.