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10 Hottest Asian Women of Sci-Fi in 2013

Ming Na Wen Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Minorities are underrepresented in science fiction in general, but Asian women are especially rare.

That's changed with shows like Battlestar Galactica and Ming Na Wen's role in the upcoming Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Here are nine more smart, powerful, and sexy Asian ladies of scifi.

This post is written by my brother Nigel, who's taking time off.

10. Rila Fukushima 
Rila Fukushima in The Wolverine (2013)

Rila Fukushima

9. Sandra Oh

Sandra Oh Defendor (2009)

Sandra Oh

8. Grace Park
Grace Park Battlestar Galactica

Grace Park

7. Linda Park
Linda Park Star Trek: Enterprise

Linda Park

6. Bai Ling

Bai Ling Wild Wild West

Bai Ling
5. Yunjin Kim
Yunjin Kim Lost
Yunjin Kim

4. Lucy Liu
Lucy Liu Cypher

Lucy Liu

3. Tia Carrere
Tia Carrere Relic Hunter

Tia Carrere
2. Kelly Hu
Kelly Hu X-Men 2

Kelly Hu
1. Ming Na Wen 
Ming Na Wen Street Fighter

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  1. What was Sandra Oh in?

  2. Can I vote for Major Motoko Kusanagi from Ghost in the Shell?
    If not, how about The Peanuts, Emi and Yumi Ito, the twin singers from Mothra Vs. Godzilla. As a kid I had a crush on them.

  3. They're gorgeous. I've heard of or seen most of them.

  4. Ming Na and Lucy Liu...

  5. kelly hu... lovely. met her, she is one sweet lady... what about the little twin singer girls from mothra?

  6. Sorry Pat. Nigel gave me an update and I added the picture. She was in Defendor.

  7. Hi Maurice. Just to offer a different perspective. Your list proves these wonderful actresses are not as rare as one might think. When you think about it, minorities and Asian women have really made a significant impact. Firefly, Fringe, Stargate Universe, Stargate Atlantis, Battlestar Galactica, Lost, Enterprise, Pacific Rim and I'm not even counting our favorite anime and Godzilla films ;). You can't discount the powerful guest performances across the genre either. I understand your point but things have indeed changed significantly for the better. I hope Nigel enjoys his time off. sff


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