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"(Ching, Chong) It Means I Love You"

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The name Alexandra Wallace has become synonymous with a number of things in the past couple of weeks: "racists rants," "cleavage shot," "fame whore," and "the power of viral media," among them. The now-former UCLA Poli-Sci major has inspired not just discussion, though, but also response in the same medium she used to share her...thoughts...on multiculturalism in the academic environment: Video.

Among the many video-ed retorts is this gem, which is the musical efforts of Jimmy Wong, an Asian (he's Chinese, Alexandra) man and his song about Alexandra, and his clever riffs on her not-so-clever word choice. Enjoy your video lunch!