BEEF + MINA LE
.I have been LOVING this show. BEEF stars Ali Wong and Steven Yuen. Intense, hilarious and nerve wracking all at the same time. It tells a story of a road rage incident turned obsession between two seemingly different lives. Three words that would describe my viewing experience would be: Wig. Blown. Back.
Go watch it on Netflix!
I have a very short list of YouTubers whom I religiously watch, and Mina Le is right at the top. She creates videos that delve into various subjects, ranging from her insights on red carpet looks and Gen Z maximalism to in-depth explorations of MLMs. Her content is perfectly niche, and she consistently demonstrates a remarkable ability to thoroughly research the topics she covers. Mina Le always manages to hit the nail on the head! We love Mina Le in this home.
WHAT’S ON STEPH’S PLATE?
Ok so, for this AAPI Month I’m going to be biased to Filipino picks because I’m half Filipino and I gotta represent.
HI FI Kitchen + BSweet
Located in Historic Filipinotown! Modern vibes with traditional flavors. The menu includes vegetarian and vegan options so I love that for us.
Every time I step foot on Sawtelle, you best believe I am going to BSweet first. Its Filipino owned and run. I love their bread puddings and their halo halo is AMAZING! If you haven’t tasted halo halo, I highly suggest you visit here. Like ASAP.
Biopic of transgender Muay Thai boxer Parinya Charoenphol who pursued the sport to pay for her gender reassignment surgery.
The life histories of four East Asian women and their daughters reflect and guide each other.
Two boyhood friends are separated as children, then later meet again as teenagers and they discover feelings that they did not know they had.
Follows a day in the lives of a group of Los Angeles high school students and the strange lives they lead.
After the death of his wife, a businessman and his two kids are plagued by visions of ghosts and demons, and soon, people around them start to die, which all started after the arrival of their new and mysterious housekeeper.
A closeted Korean-American teenager takes a job at a Korean spa to help his struggling family, only to discover an underground world of gay sex at the spa that both scares and excites him.
I made this playlist for anyone who might be interested in K-Pop!
These are some of my favorite spots to eat around LA!
Luv2Eat Thai Bistro
Star of India