Look! You hot boy now.
"If at first you don't succeed, don't come back home."
"Who is that girl I see, staring straight back at me?"
Mom: *knocks on fruit* This is ripe.
Dead inside, dead in the eyes.
"The basic standards of what an Asian guy looks like probably falls short."
"Me: *breathes* White man: you're so ~exoticccc~?
After years of expensive medical treatments and strict diets, I've come to accept that there is no cure for the rash I've tried to hide my entire life.
You're not alone.
“Hacks” implies ease of application, correct?
“I can see history repeating itself today.”
"Growing up so poor is why I realized education is so important"
"It was a lot more emotional for me than I thought it would be."
Born and raised in the U.S., Eric says that "being able to release music and actively promote in what I consider my first home would be a dream come true."
"We need to come together and speak out."
Rice goes with everything and it’s delicious!
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Did you eat yet?
Practicality always wins.
Don’t let stereotypes define who you are.
Love is sacrifice. They had a lot of love….
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You're going to need a bigger bookshelf.
"Nanay ko." *loses it*
I wrote my mother out of my story, until primetime television called me out.
I wasn't sure if he'd find the show funny. But it seemed to bring us closer together.
"No, where are you really from?"
"No, where are you *really* from?"
Don't be afraid to start a dialog.
Be water, my friend. And one of these characters.
“Growing up Asian American, it was hard to relate with pop culture—I watched The Simpsons and Spongebob to see yellow faces.”