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SuChin Pak Profiled In Microsoft-Sponsored Documentary

TV journalist SuChin Pak is keeping busy these days as founder and organizer of the Hester Street Fair in New York City’s Lower East Side.

A new short documentary, sponsored by tech giant Microsoft, takes viewers behind the scenes of the chic flea market which houses up to 60 local vendors every weekend.

Pak co-founded the street fair with her brother Suhyun and two others in April 2010.

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Tweet Tweet! Some of our favorite KAs to follow on Twitter

Do you tweet? If you don’t, why not? It’s the greatest time suck research tool of all time.

There are a ton of awesome KAs on Twitter. If we made a master list, it could go on for miles.  Here are some that stand out. These twitterers are either hilarious, insightful or just all-around interesting to follow.

@bobbyhundreds
The founder of streetwear superbrand The Hundreds is arguably one of the funniest guys on Twitter. His daily musings are so sharp-witted and well-executed that it’s no wonder why he has a following of nearly 14,000.    Sample tweet: “Watching Dances with Wolves. This is such an Avatar rip-off but with flesh-colored people.”

@suchinpak
The MTV News correspondent and co-anchor of “G Word” on Planet Green live-tweets her incredible assignments. She was just in Haiti reporting on the victims and heroes of the tragedy, and spreading the word on how we can help.
Sample tweet: “woman helicoptered from haiti to uss carl vinson. gives birth on deck. her son’s name? VINSON! many miracles here.”

@thedelicious
Food blog star Sarah Gim is just as brilliant with words on Twitter as she is on her popular website The Delicious Life. Aside from what she ate (and what she wants to eat), she also tweets about day-to-day life with the self-deprecating humor her followers love.
Sample tweet: “got a message about how amazing i look in a new pic….aaand it’s a picture of my sister. ok. that’s gonna cost me two hours of therapy” Continue reading