Peel (always with a knife, never an actual peeler), and cut into slices!
10.Taking tons of extracurriculars that probably included an instrument, Kumon, or drawing class.
11.There was always a secret menu at Chinese restaurants that wasn't available in English or French (where the really good stuff was listed). Sometimes it was straight-up written on a chalkboard on the wall.
12.Journey to the West was PEAK entertainment.
13.Stephen Chow was our Steven Spielberg.
14.Having to go to Chinese school on Saturdays (and bonus points if you also had to learn French or take French immersion).
15.Getting made fun of for your food as a kid... only to see it gentrified as an adult.
16.The holy trinity of condiments was soy sauce, vinegar, and sesame oil.
17.Wearing red during the holidays meant Chinese New Year, not Christmas or Canada Day. And feeling like a millionaire when we got handed one of these.
18.Getting one of these calendars with our groceries around that time of year (bonus points if you remember wearing red socks when it was your zodiac year).
The brutal honesty of our well-meaning parents.