Secret Asian Man: The Comic Voice of Asian-American Neurosis

Secret Asian Man

Tak Toyoshima’s comic, Secret Asian Man, celebrates Asian-American stereotypes with politically incorrect humor.


If the U.S got into a fist fight with China, we’d be outnumbered by more than 4 to 1.
Yeah, but we’d still weigh more.

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Yoga Action Squad Defeats Doctor Badvibes

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Ever since the dawn of time (or when Yoga became Westernized), an elite team of Yogis and Yoginis have protected Yoga throughout Santa Monica. Led by a mysterious Guru, the Yoga Action Squad brings the clarity and focus of yoga to the mean Santa Monica streets. When called on, they respond with a resistance that opens up blockages, creating space for fighting crime! Continue reading Yoga Action Squad Defeats Doctor Badvibes

The Legend of Bagua Chang

Separating martial fact from fiction is a perilous task.  If you are too credulous, you may be tricked into joining a fraudulent kung fu cult.  On the other hand, if you are too skeptical, you will cut yourself off from real high-level skills.  “Common sense” is an unreliable guide, because it is grounded in your own limited experience, and odds are you’ve never met a legitimate master.

For this and other reasons, I do not use my website to mock other martial arts and artists.  Sometimes, though, I hear a story so fantastical that I just cannot resist the urge to share it.  Continue reading The Legend of Bagua Chang

Who Destroyed Shaolin Village?

By day, I am a mild-mannered software developer; when darkness falls, I step away from the computer for more vigorous pursuits.  During the past few days, I’ve been moonlighting as a private dick.  My latest case: to find those responsible for the destruction of the Shaolin Temple village, and bring them to justice. Continue reading Who Destroyed Shaolin Village?