"Kenji is Seattle's 'Asian George Clooney' with eyes you'd love to dive into, and a karaoke voice that Dr Who would describe as "Velvet Fog". Like a great Bourbon he is well-rounded, smooth, and always a perfect gentleman. When he's not being computer savvy at work, he's dancing it up at Century Ballroom, a fun and loyal friend to many, and is a supporter of various charities year-round. And for one lucky evening he could be yours!"
Not sure what "velvet fog" sounds like, but I'll take it as a complement.
Also, I'm an INFJ and tend to have good chemistry with ENFP and ENTP types.
My life in 2014 is slightly different than the video suggests but I think that should serve as a pretty good overview of "what I do".
2. Making Chile Verde.
3. Predicting the end of a movie.
4. Rapping in Japanese.
5. Getting Likes on Facebook Posts.
6. Imitating people you don't know.
7. Memorizing things.
9. Suiting up.
10. Crashing Parties.
11. Inconsistent Capitalization.
12. Making Numbered Lists.
I've also been told that I have a "calming" affect on people. Better than the other way around, I suppose.
As for my favorite movie, I'd say it's a tie between Ikiru and the Life of Emile Zola. Incredible performances in both, and both of them make you think seriously about what it means to live a life of purpose. My favorite animated film is Spirited Away. It's as though Miyazaki had pulled images from dreams you know you must have had from a child and put them on the big screen.
Shows like Dr. Who and Game of Thrones keep my inner nerd well fed and happy. Actually, since I'm half Japanese I have two inner nerds, so anime shows like Naruto and One Piece takes care of the Japanese one. I check out I Met Your Mother from time to time just to see how Ted Mosby is doing and I could probably watch BBC's Rome three more times without getting sick of it.
Despite my love for karaoke, I'm woefully ignorant when it comes to pop music. I blame being an only child having grown up listening to NPR and my parents' records. I got into French/Latin Hip Hop and Algerian Raï while in college and later developed a sweet tooth for super saccharine Japanese Pop while living in Tokyo. Recently fun., Regina Spektor, Macklemore, Khaled and Kishi Bashi occupy prominent spots on my daily playlist. Even more recently, I've been getting into Japanese Reggae. Yes, Japanese Reggae: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3fxKPk7_l0
When at restaurants, I'll often order the Pad See Ew at a Thai Restaurant, the lovely spinachy cheesy palak paneer at a Indian restaurant and the salty sour and savory Mediterranean toppings for a pizza. My passion for a really really good sandwiches is only equaled by my passion for really really good cocktails, particularly the Manhattan and the Negroni.