My parents often saw the word “daydreams” in the written section of my report cards, which brought out the tiger in my mom.
Just like Eddie had to attend weekend Chinese homeschool to satisfy his mom’s education standards, mine put me under house arrest one summer in middle school to complete a gnome-themed math box set.
Isn't it all just a "liberal" scam, if you don't look too closely at the absence of logic? My masters are hinting that that's what I should believe!
" You've made it clear you are consciously ignoring the pollution and global warming.
As an intelligent social group, we serve to bring public awareness to the hapa community.Some scenes from triggered flashbacks to my early years in Tarrytown, attending nearby Irvington schools in New York.My mom knew by the time I was in second grade to save the onigiri (rice balls) and seaweed for family picnics. That it’s based off celebrity chef Eddie Huang’s memoir of the same name is reassuring, as opposed to an Asian or any cultural narrative by writers whose roots don’t match the cast.Though I’m half white, our pudgy middle school protagonist here exhibits similar shades of childhood, in his trek through a culturally distant American suburbia.