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TheGlobal Termite Control Services Marketstatus, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players. The study objectives are to present the Termite Control Services development in United States, Europe and China.

Termite control services are services related to management and regulation of myriad termites, which are harmful for human health. These services are designed specifically for eliminating tiny insects that dwell underground and damage walls and other household products, particularly the ones made from wood. Various types of treatments available for termite control include non-chemical treatments, chemical treatments, conventional barrier treatments, wood treatment, and termite baits.

Termite control services providers are increasingly embracing adoption of smart techniques, which prevent costly infestations through sustainable solutions. Constant monitoring and instant reactive steps offered by such smart techniques has become a new focus area for termite control services providers to adopt. Providers who emphasize on the provision of intelligent, digital process-based termite control services, which facilitate detection of blind spots and around-the-clock surveillance, are likely to witness promising growth prospects in the foreseeable future.

In 2018, the global Termite Control Services market size was xx million US$ and it is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during 2019-2025.

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The key players covered in this studyWind RiverARMHuaweiMicrosoftAccelerated TechnologyGreen Hills Software

Market segment by Type, the product can be split intoHard Real-Time Operating SystemFirm Real-Time Operating SystemSoft Real-Time Operating System

Market segment by Application, split intoAutomotiveIndustrial AutomationConsumer ElectronicsHealthcareTelecommunicationsMilitary and DefenseSmart Home SystemConnected Appliances

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Market segment by Regions/Countries, this report coversUnited StatesEuropeChinaJapanSoutheast AsiaIndiaCentral & South America

The study objectives of this report are:To analyze global Termite Control Services status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players.To present the Termite Control Services development in United States, Europe and China.To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their development plan and strategies.To define, describe and forecast the market by product type, market and key regions.

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Trends in the Ready To Use Termite Control Products Market 2019-2022 – Instant Tech News

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The global Termite Control Products market reached ~US$ xx Mn in 2018 and is anticipated grow at a CAGR of xx% over the forecast period 2019-2029. In this Termite Control Products market study, the following years are considered to predict the market footprint:

The business intelligence study of the Termite Control Products market covers the estimation size of the market both in terms of value (Mn/Bn USD) and volume (x units). In a bid to recognize the growth prospects in the Termite Control Products market, the market study has been geographically fragmented into important regions that are progressing faster than the overall market. Each segment of the Termite Control Products market has been individually analyzed on the basis of pricing, distribution, and demand prospect for the Global region.

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The following manufacturers are covered:BASF SEThe Dow Chemical CompanyBayer CropScience AGSyngenta AGSumitomo Chemical Co.FMC CorporationNufarm LimitedUnited Phosphorus LimitedRentokil Initial plc.ADAMA Agricultural Solutions Ltd.Nippon SodaControl solution plc.Ensystex

Segment by RegionsNorth AmericaEuropeChinaJapanSoutheast AsiaIndia

Segment by TypeBifenthrinsBoratesSulfuryl FluoridesOther

Segment by ApplicationCommercial & IndustrialResidentialLivestock FarmsOthers

Each market player encompassed in the Termite Control Products market study is assessed according to its market share, production footprint, current launches, agreements, ongoing R&D projects, and business tactics. In addition, the Termite Control Products market study scrutinizes the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) analysis.

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Dac San Dao Phu Quoc introduced Canned Black Fungus in Tomato Sauce to Its Menu – Yahoo Finance

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Dac San Dao Phu Quoc offers a blend of delicious and nutritious products, Mito Black Tomato Mushroom, at an affordable price to save the cooking time.

HOCHIMINH, VIETNAM / ACCESSWIRE / February 17, 2020 / Dac San Dao Phu Quoc, a popular company, dealing in mushroom cultivation, recently launched Black Termite Mushroom in tomato sauce. The company claims to specialize in cultivating the mushroom for both serving tourists as well as trading. Moreover, the company has got the success in transferring the technology of black fungus cultivation and to about 100 satellites throughout the country.

Black termite mushrooms are the rarest variety of mushrooms that grow on termite nests in May, after the rainy season. Because of the taste and nutrition, they are searched a lot in the market. These mushrooms enhance the tastes of any dish with their unique sweetness and crispy horns, be it simple or high-class.

The company claims that its new launch can save the time spent in the kitchen cooking the food. In the hustle and bustle of everyday life, families hardly get to spend time together. Hence, more families are turning to canned foods. As canned food comes in variety, without preservatives, and is time-saving. The people looking for alternatives can opt for the canned black termite with tomato, which is affordable as well as nutritious.

The product is launched after years of research while keeping the tastes of their customers in mind. It can be used right after opening the lid or can be prepared according to the family's taste. The convenience and utility are the pros of the product that saves a lot of time in the cooking and makes the perfect option for breakfast. Even though it is canned, the taste, freshness, and quality of the food remain intact.

Separate packaging methods are used to can different food for long-term storage - processed food sealed in air-tight containers. However, a general method involves three steps - Processing, Canning, and Heating. In processing, the food is washed, peeled, cut, boned, and cooked with required spices. The second step involves sealing the boxes, and following that, heating is performed where the boxes are heated in a pasteurized oven to prevent them from the damage.

Mito Black Tomato Mushroom is prepared with specific requirements, for mushrooms, the black fungus must be of high-quality, and the meat should be firm. The mushroom buds must have a length of about 10-15cm, and round ears around 3-5cm. After harvesting, the mushrooms must turn into light brown fungi, and standard should be maintained during preservation. The selection of tomatoes is made carefully, as they are the raw material needed in the product. Tomatoes must have grown organically without growth promoters; they should be bright red, fresh, and firm (not crushed). With Black Mushroom Mito Sauce, every family can enjoy a unique meal.

About the Company:Dac San Dao Phu Quoc specializes in mushroom cultivation, trade of edible and medicinal mushrooms, and technology transfer of black mushrooms. The company has a team of experienced and well-versed engineers and staff, who keep on increasing the standard of quality and provide high-quality products in the market.

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Dehradun: Woman dies after termite-infested tree falls on her car – Times of India

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DEHRADUN: A 36-year-old woman died allegedly after a termite-infested tree fell on her car near Indian Military Academy in the city late on Friday night. The victim was a resident of Vasant Vihar area near IMA. According to reports, the tree was found to be infested with termites and snapped and fell when the woman was passing by in her car. The womans family was also on board the car at around 11:30 pm on Friday when the accident took place. Womans husband and daughter sustained critical injuries. The family of Nitin Gupta from Vasant Vihar was travelling in the car. The accident, in which a giant tree fell on the car left Priyanka Gupta dead. Meanwhile, Nitin and her daughter were admitted to a hospital with serious injuries, added the cop who said that no FIR has been lodged in the case as this was a natural incident. Expressing concern over the accident, local environmentalists asked the government to put tree doctors in place so that they can identify such trees and avoid such accidents. They pointed out that there are several big and small trees along roads and highways in the city and thus, their health must be regularly monitored. Anoop Nautiyal, a city-based social activist, maintained that everything has a shelf life and trees are no different. Cutting of trees is illegal but those which are in poor condition and can lead to such accidents shouldnt be left like this along roadside. There must be a robust mechanism to identify such trees and then treat them or cut them down, said Nautiyal who is planning to write to the state government to deploy forest department staff to track the health of trees. Reenu Paul, another activist and environmentalist, put forest department in the culprit box for the accident. The trees, which are there on roadsides or on highways, are responsibility of forest department. In our area, there were old trees which were bent and falling down towards road. We had written to the forest department several times to get these trees removed or slashed but they kept on passing the bucks to Public Works Department (PWD). This accident could have been prevented if the forest department had done its job, said Paul. He added that forest and power department are responsible for decay of trees in city as they put up posters, banners, and wires on them and all this increases the pace of their decay.

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Now that the drum beats of Delhi election battle have died, how long will our interest in Shaheen Bagh last – Yahoo India News

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Women protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act at Shaheen Bagh.(Express Photo)

The Shaheen Bagh/Jasola Vihar Metro Station falls on my route to work. In the past two months, every time I have heard the name announced on the train, I have squirmed on my seat. And the three times I have been there, proclaiming my visits loudly, I have come back a little ashamed.

And, relieved. That I reside on the right side of the drain that divides Shaheen Bagh from upscale Jasola Vihar the distinction clearly marked by that double name for the Metro station. That I belong to the right religion. That the Citizenship (Amendment) Act is just an unwieldy acronym for me. That I am not watching over my shoulder for everything from a bulldozer to a country-made gun, even inflections in a speech. That its not me sitting out there in the cold. That I am not the mother fielding disapproving questions about a lost baby.

These days, I also ask myself another question. Now that the drum beats of the election battle have died, how long will our interest in this remarkable montage of women gathered under a tent, in a kaleidoscope of colours and voices, last?

In these narrow lanes, how long will linger those spontaneous cries of azadi? How long before they pull down the posters covering every inch of space? Remove those stone blocks on the road where, on one cold night, a mother gathered her children around a fire lit using scrap as I watched from the shadows? Dismantle the langars that sustained them and many others? Shoo away the vendor selling Tricolour flags, caps, T-shirts; and another painting cheeks, in orange, white and green, in a display of patriotism as defiant as desperate?

When they come to clear the road, what will they do with the India map made of scrap and beautified with fairy lights in what can only be a labour of love, the books on the Constitution in the library at the bus stop, or the artwork covering the street? What happens to that man playing songs of protest from a device perched on a bicycle? What happens to those songs even?

And, will they leave the stage, which seemed for a while big enough to accommodate a nation, its causes small and large, some familiar and some foreign, for the last? Will the women keep trickling in still, and for how long? Or will they disappear as unexpectedly as they came? To where? And, will I go looking?

Whatever happens though, the termites we wont see have done the job we wont laid bare our hollow democracy. Where a government with 303 seats is shaken by a small space; and boys with guns are set upon mothers with small children.

Like the termites which come in 2,000-plus species, we have failed to box them into any type. They wear the hijab, and frequent the local gym. Their mosque stands next to the protest site, as does an IVF clinic, the largest in the country. Their children go to madrasas, and also to English-speaking centres located round every corner.

Still, isnt it a relief that the termites stay where they are, hidden away? Relegated to one side of that reeking nullah, kept firmly away by a shiny steel footbridge, with a passing Metros reflection offering glimpses of the Capital they are a part of. And inhabiting quietly a colony whose name means Falcon Garden, where the only hint of a park is a strip of land marked by dusty swings, where falcons only linger as a euphemism for the kites hovering over putrefied slush, which doesnt get potable water, where the shadows of Babri Masjid demolition never went away, and where unsteady buildings must accommodate the weight of their ambitions.

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Think of what would happen if they all came out instead, and demanded citizenship that went beyond name on a list. Like the right to live on our side, the right to water, sanitation, health, to streets not overwhelmed with waste and the odour of urine. To a government that would respond if someone sat on the road for two months. To be counted as more than a traffic inconvenience. To have their infants mourned than become political football. To take their quest for democracy further, to entire corners of the country dubbed anti-national.

And to matter more than a pilgrimage site where people like us come to do our bit, before returning to our safe havens a point raised by my college-going son who declined to be a part of this, and for which I had no answer. He also tells me that he and his friends have no doubt that up ahead in their hands is a world far different from ours.

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There is another factoid about termites it will bode us well to remember. They have been around since the time of the dinosaurs. Isnt it a comforting thought then that all Shaheen Bagh ultimately wants, from a country that has given it little, is the right to be citizens?

Meanwhile, in as much time as it takes to read these lines, over at Shaheen Bagh, a group has crowded into a cage meant to resemble a detention camp the very same camps we have relabelled and insist dont exist. They jostle inside, smile through the bars and pose for selfies.

And just like that, its they who are free.

This article first appeared in the February 16 print edition titled 'Shaheen Bagh, from my safe distance'. National Editor Shalini Langer curates the fortnightly She Said column

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Posted: February 15, 2020 at 9:48 pm

Everything in New Orleans is better, even Valentine's greetings.

Check out these silly, punny, sarcastic, hilarious NOLA-centric messages that residents have been tweeting out. The #NOLAvalentines trend started in 2014 when Sarah Tiamberg and Jeremy Stewart created the website under the same name, according to WGNO.

The brand was popular for two years, even selling merchandise at Fleurty Girl, before going on hiatus in 2015. Thankfully, internet denizens revived the trend in 2020.

Here are some of our favorite #NOLAvalentines.

The website and Instagram account for #NOLAvalentines are defunct, but the brand still has a Twitter account.See more of the funny greetings.

The biggest day of the year for buying flowers is upon us -- Valentine's Day. Love expressed through bouquets of colorful, fragrant flowers is

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Around Town February 14 – The Republic

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Orchids to

Opportunity zones that help minorities get ahead.

Flintwood Wesleyan Churchs SAM dinner on Thursday, from John Tinkey.

Dr. Hart and Dr. Day and the Columbus Regional Hospital nurses and staff for the wonderful care during my heart procedure on Monday.

Matt Booth, Bartholomew County jail correction officer, for saving the overdose patient in Taylorsville on Saturday, from Leslie, Bonnie, and Lexie.

the Taulmans for the nice Valentines Day basket, from Patty L.

all the Columbus police officers who helped me in my time of need when my sister passed, and Charlie DeWeese, the coroner, for all his help.

Burts Termite and Pest Control for installing the vapor barriers in my crawlspace and taking care of your long-time customers.

the school official who cannot admit mistakes.

the city for never giving out a total cost to the taxpayer for the FairOaks Mall repurpose.

the school corporation that hires far too many people who sit behind computers daily and then complains about not having money for teachers and staff who work with kids.

the teacher for not being reflective in determining how to teach a more inclusive program aligned with the Indiana State Fine Arts Standards.

those who have nothing better to do than count how many times federally elected official is printed in the paper.

those who continue to allow the federal elected official to abuse his power by undermining the justice system.

the employee who moved three or four jackets and didnt tell anyone, then sat and played on his phone while another young man who worked there helped us try to find them.

the store that has grocery carts with wheels that lock up until an employee comes to unlock them.

the person who put the birthday wish in the newspaper without asking permission of the people involved.

the co-worker who talks constantly and, without profanity, wouldnt have much to say.

the political party for not doing their work for the people and supporting a federally elected official who should be impeached.

the current state of our American government where the State Department has been gutted and the Department of Justice has been corrupted.

the federally elected official for undercutting a war hero.

the scammers who are pretending to be Social Security representatives and are calling senior citizens and telling them that their Social Security is going to be taken away if they dont call a telephone number.

the federally elected official for retaliating against employees working under him.

the onion writer who should know the presidents budget does not cut federal dollars for Medicare and that funding for Medicaid should be reduced because more people are working now.

Marilyn Cabbell from your family and Donna

Laura Lancaster, from Joseph Hart Chapter DAR.

Danette Brewer, from your family.

Tim Franke, from Jennifer, Brandon, Chloe, and Kayleigh.

Tina Gibson, from Alma.

Michael Morrow, from Dad, Mom, and Daniel.

Belated Birthday to

Patty Knapp, from your husband Bill and the family.

Tim Reinbold on No. 37, from your wife Martha.

Willie Homer and Peggy Cash, from Pastor Marvin Brown and Trinity Baptist Church.

Mike and Angie, from Pastor Marvin Brown and Trinity Baptist Church.

ANOTHER beautiful morning

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Raising Prices Is Stressful, But it Doesn’t Have to Be! – PCT Magazine

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Editors note:This month we welcome to the pages of PCT a new technical quarterly column from Terminix International. A variety of authors from Terminix will occupy this space, starting with Doug Webb.

Termite infestations may not be a top-of-mind issue for most people until that warm, beautiful day in late spring or early summer when swarming termites show up uninvited and make themselves at home in the living room. Both residential and commercial structures may have termite swarming events during the termite swarm season and although no one wants termites in their homes or businesses, there actually is some value in a termite swarm.

As pest management professionals, we are the first responders when termites swarm in a structure. A termite swarming event can be very scary for home and business owners alike. Whether there are just a few drywood swarmers, several hundred eastern subterranean swarmers or several thousand Formosan swarmers, termites flying around the room are not easily ignored. Even if this is a first-time swarm experience, most people know that termites can cause significant damage to their structures and that an expensive treatment may be imminent.

So how can a termite swarm be a good thing? Termite swarms are a tip-off that a termite colony has invaded the structure and that gives PMPs an opportunity to help protect the biggest investment most people ever make. Termites are cryptic creatures that spend most of their time working and feeding out of sight. Without swarms, termite infestations could progress undetected for years, leading to excessive damage and repair costs. While there are other signs of termite infestation, they may not be as spectacular as a termite swarm in the living room and are likely to go unnoticed.

WHY DO TERMITES SWARM? Swarming termites, also known as alates, are the reproductive members of a termite colony. While most of the members in a colony are worker termites that damage structures as they feed, the sole purpose of the alates is to leave the colony, reproduce and sustain their species. Alates do not bite, sting or even eat wood, and simply letting your customer know that up front can lower anxiety levels substantially.

As alates get ready to swarm, they first prepare a swarm tube for a launch site and then wait patiently for the right conditions to ensure their highest probability of survival. They swarm into the air from hidden areas within the colony with each individual swarmer taking a brief flight that may only last a few seconds. They are not strong fliers, so after a short flight, they land, break their wings from their bodies and pair with a mating partner. The future queen leads the way traveling on foot to find a place to start a new colony as the king faithfully follows her to their new home.

Termite alates are mostly unsuccessful in finding a place to start a new family, especially when they swarm indoors where there is no access to soil. Most will die within a few hours from dehydration. Even when they swarm outdoors, the survival rate for termite swarmers is low. There are many predators and finding a suitable biome for starting a successful colony is no easy task in the short time they have.

For those mating pairs that do survive, a nuptial chamber is constructed underground by the king and queen, mating occurs and the first eggs soon will hatch into tiny larvae. The larvae will be tended by the king and queen until they are old enough to start helping with the developing colony. Most will become worker termites. Soldiers and reproductive termites will begin to develop as the colony matures. A network of tunnels and decentralized nesting chambers will develop, and as time passes, it will take more and more cellulose to provide food for the increasing workforce.

Depending on the termite species, size of the colony and other factors, there may be only a few swarmers or there may be thousands produced from a single colony. In areas of the country with dense colony counts, this can multiply into millions of swarmers exiting from multiple colonies on the same day or over a period of a few weeks. This is one reason termites are so successful and why termite swarmers can be such a nuisance. Whether there are a few hundred eastern subterranean termite swarmers flying around in a living room or millions of Formosan termites swarming outdoors at night affecting outdoor events and even traffic flow, it can be a harrowing experience.

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TERMITE DAMAGE. Termite swarmers are mostly a seasonal nuisance, but they indicate that the rest of the colony, including those that eat wood year round, have breached the buildings envelope. Most members of a termite colony remain hidden, constantly eating wood or other cellulose-containing materials they find and delivering digested cellulose to their nest mates to fuel the colony. This feeding behavior can severely damage wooden structural components and other cellulosic furnishings within a structure.

In both residential and commercial buildings, termite damage repairs can total thousands of dollars. For businesses, there is also the cost of downtime while rooms are under repair, possible negative experiences for customers and perhaps even damage to the firms reputation. Termites are much more than just an inconvenience they can cause major disruption in homes and businesses and can have significant budgetary impacts.

WHAT TO DO. The first response many consumers have to a swarm is to use an aerosol spray. Sprays can make termites stick to surfaces, making cleanup difficult, and often contain solvents or other components that can stain or damage building materials. The biggest issue is that this type of treatment can give the false impression that termite swarmers have been killed and the problem is solved. Needless to say, PMPs should encourage consumers to not use sprays.

Pest management professionals can glean many bits of information when evaluating undisturbed areas where swarming has occurred. We know termite swarmers are attracted to strong lights (i.e., exterior windows). We know that just because swarmers congregate around the windows, it does not mean the infestation is in that immediate area. Often a small pinhole in the drywall on the far side of the room is where termites are entering and that should be the starting point for tracing back to the primary entry point. Successful PMPs are skilled at finding the source of the infestation rather than focusing on the location of swarmers.

To remove swarmers, use a vacuum cleaner. Most termites will die during this process, however, it is best to dispose of the vacuum bag. When termites start swarming, they often trickle out of a tiny hole over several hours or days so it may be necessary to vacuum multiple times over the next few days.

Like any pest challenge, identifying and treating for termites can be difficult and complex. The best way to help customers through a termite swarm event is to take the time to explain swarming behaviors, calm their fears about swarming termites and discuss the process for developing a solution. Thoroughly inspect the structure, evaluate the situation and explain your findings to the customer. This will help you provide an effective termite control plan that fits their situation and provides the protection that the customer expects.

W. Douglas Webb is technical services manager with Terminix International. He earned his master of science degree in wood science and technology from Mississippi State University, having specialized in wood-destroying insects and wood deterioration. He has served Terminix customers across the United States for more than 37 years.

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Commentary: ‘Parasite’ became an Oscars success story overnight because of years of Asian American support – The San Diego Union-Tribune

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When the Korean film Parasite won the Oscar for Best Picture on Sunday, Asian Americans and Korean Americans rejoiced with tears, reflection and ceremony. For these film lovers, it was a rare moment of pride, given Hollywoods long-standing aversion to greenlighting films starring Asian faces. Perhaps, in a year when the Academy was criticized for only nominating one non-white actor in any category, its members ultimately got things right?

But the way the equation has been posed by the #OscarsSoWhite campaign that minorities must demand that the Academy let them in still puts the final power in the hands of Hollywood gatekeepers. As Variety put it, On Oscar night, Hollywood sent a message out to the world by crowning a Korean film the years best, as if Parasites induction as the first non-English Best Picture was a victory for the Academy as much as it was for director Bong Joon-ho.

Obviously, it can be a victory for both. But in considering the conditions that enabled a Korean film to succeed on Americas most prominent film stage, credit must go also to the Asian American audiences and institutions that gave Korean cinema viability, profitability and legibility on these shores. When Korean cinema underwent a box office renaissance with the record-breaking Shiri in 1999, it was Korean Americans who started demanding VCDs and VHS imports of it and later films like Joint Security Area and My Sassy Girl. And when the so-called Korean wave that included film, TV dramas and K-pop took Asia by storm in the subsequent years, it was Korean, Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese immigrants seeking cultural proximity who were the most ardent fans in the United States. Korean film and television became mainstays of Chinatowns and Little Saigons.

Since his debut in 2000 with Barking Dogs Never Bite, director Bong Joon-ho ascended the ranks in Asian America cinephilia. His masterpiece Memories of Murder had its U.S. premiere not at Sundance or Telluride but at the San Diego Asian Film Festival (SDAFF), which went on to play nearly all of Bongs films, from his 2009 drama Mother to his rare 2004 short Influenza. Festivals like SDAFF not only serve Asian American audiences, but also function as critical cultural translators for non-Asian audiences an unheralded role long shouldered by Asian Americans throughout U.S. history.

Through the efforts of film festivals, mom-and-pop video stores and internet forums like Soompi, the Korean American community found itself ready to consume films from Korea. At first, this was through grey-market networks or online piracy. But soon, distributors like Tartan, Well Go USA and CJ Entertainment America, knowing they could at least count on the Korean community, took the chance on acquiring U.S. rights and marketing them, often with mostly Korean-language advertising. Meanwhile, the historically Hollywood-centric AMC Theatres started to play first-run Korean films in auditoriums next to Disney or Marvel movies. The release of titles like The Age of Shadows and A Taxi Driver (both starring Song Kang-ho, who plays the Kim family father in Parasite) led to reviews in mainstream publications like the Los Angeles Times and The New York Times. Asian Americans who built and sustained the audience for two decades paved the way for Neon to distribute Parasite and critics to notice and praise it.

Yet that very community remains in the shadows amidst the Oscar hoopla and Hollywood back-patting. The irony is that ignoring the labor that led to the Academys big moment perfectly parallels what Parasite is all about. In the film, a rich couple is unable or unwilling to see what is really going on with the two underclass families who serve them. What makes the film such an ingenious, unpredictable and rollicking satire is that it focuses on how those families are not mere servants propping up their masters glory, but rather termite-like agents burrowing and eating away at the expensive food and furniture even while cooking and cleaning for them. While they may never admit it, those who live upstairs and those who live downstairs need each other and are tied in their fates.

Seen in this light, Parasites Oscar win is not just the Academy letting Asian filmmakers into their gilded palace. Asian Americans broke in at night, sipped the Hollywood whiskey, tried out its fancy dresses, and left a peach-fuzz trail of intoxicants to convince Academy members that they might want to give Korean cinema a look. If the gates indeed opened, lets not overlook whose work and passions it took to unlock those doors.

Hu is assistant professor of television, film and new media at San Diego State University and artistic director of Pacific Arts Movement, presenters of the San Diego Asian Film Festival.

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