A Conversation With The "Situ-Asian" From The Asian Jersey ShoreS

Remember the Asian Jersey Shore show? We had a chance to ask Peter Le — a 27-year-old Scorpio who grew up in San Jose, California and has been dubbed "The Situ-Asian" — some questions about what to expect from K-Town.

Peter is a personal trainer and bodybuilder who "only" trains for 45 minutes, 3 times a week. He'd like to travel create online businesses that he can manage from "anywhere in the world" and "semi-retire"; he plans to travel around the world before he's 30. Peter's not Korean; he's Vietnamese. He's coy about his sexuality (although he tags many of his posts #gay), but you can see videos of him jacking off or wearing leather daddy gear on his website. He was once featured in Playgirl, and his sex fantasy involves a threeway with a man and a woman.

On thing is for sure: Peter loves to party. (Recent posts on his Twitter account: "i had 12 shots and im ready to party like i always to[sic]." and: "let the party start. shot shot shot.") When asked what viewers can expect from K-Town, he told us:

K-Town is very different from the other shows because Asian-Americans
know how to party. I believe the Asian-American nightlife is way more fun,
interesting, and adds more life to the nightlife scene.

And:

I can read people quickly; within a few minutes of meeting the cast I knew that certain cast members would clash. People are already picking sides and there is going to be drama, some spiteful commentary, and maybe some hook-ups. Oh, did I mention, you will see how Asian-Americans really party?

We are sexual, outspoken, and interesting people that I know America will love.

Some more questions and answers:

Do you think that Asian women appear in TV shows and in movies more often than Asian men? If so, why do you think that is?
Asian-American women definitely appear in the media more than their male counterparts. That's because Asian men are still typecast into a very small segment, which I plan to change. And when Asian men do play the leading role, they rarely get the girl (that needs to change).

Recently, actor Dev Patel — who was in Slumdog Millionaire — said: "Asian actors tend not to be sent Hollywood scripts that are substantial or challenging. I'm likely to be offered the roles of a terrorist, cab driver and smart geek." Do you agree or disagree?
I have to agree with Dev Patel. A popular Asian-American columnist recently visited a college campus and students told him that they didn't want K-Town airing because it would make Asians looks bad. The columnist asked the students if they could name five Asian stars and they couldn't. He said, once K-Town airs you will know eight. Asian actors are tremendously underrepresented in the media.

Lastly:

In the poll for "better abs," you beat the Situation! What do you have to say about that?
It wasn't really a competition.

A Conversation With The "Situ-Asian" From The Asian Jersey ShoreS

A Conversation With The "Situ-Asian" From The Asian Jersey Shore

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