I went to my first sleepover when I was After a night of nail painting, I bounced out of bed the next morning to retrieve my toothbrush, excited to continue the frivolity. But a post on the viral Facebook group Subtle Asian Traits made me realise it was never weird or wrong — just different. Created in September by a group of year 12 Melbourne students who met at Chinese school, Subtle Asian Traits gathered 90, members in less than a month. In early November it hit , At the time of writing, it has more than half a million members.
Subtle Asian Traits: The Facebook group taking Australia by storm
On the surface, this is a standard-order revenge movie: He dispatches them one-by-one, seemingly not feeling a lot of guilt for his actions, as he climbs steadily up the food chain. However, Moland doesn't play it "straight. With a nod or two to Quentin Tarantino, he has fashioned a bizarrely entertaining ode to violence, gangsters, and heavy snowfall in the Rockies.