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|A Star Is Born Online: How YouTube Made Charice Famous207|
Four years ago, Dave Dueñas, then a nursing student from the Philippines hit upon an idea: he would make a name for himself by posting a video on YouTube that would generate a lot of hits. The world was about to be introduced to Charmaine Clarice Pempengco, better known as Charice.
|I Remember: Yusuf Islam84|
Yusuf Islam, formerly known as Cat Stevens, reflects on the Sixties, early fame and the wave that saved his life.
|The Accidental Movie Star77|
Ten years after breaking into the entertainment industry, Taiwanese superstar and king of Chinese pop Jay Chou has snagged a plum role in The Green Hornet – Hollywood’s hottest premier this month
Michael V has made a career out of not acting his age
|Tales of A Tiger Mother72|
Despite the initial backlash her book received, Amy Chua is proud of the way she has raised her two kids
|Paul Ogata: Stand Up and Be Counted!71|
In Singapore for the second annual Kings & Queen of Comedy Asia standup extravaganza, this stand-up comedian has audiences from Hawaii to Hong Kong falling off their seats and eating out of his hands. We talk to the humorist about the trials and tribulations of being an Asian funnyman
|Remembering the Reeves68|
A family friend's intimate portrait of a remarkable love
|No more “David Who?”64|
Even with three albums and a book under his belt, American Idol alum David Archuleta remains grounded and clear of where his career – and his life – are heading
|The Posterboys of Philippine Football54|
With talent and good looks, James and Phil Younghusband will soon get Filipinos saying, “Manny, who?”
|Interview with President Barack Obama49|
During a relaxed conversation with Liz Vaccariello, the president opens up about family, faith—and his favorite word.
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