“Dear libs, stop being so sensitive to every. little. thing. If a popular sitcom doesn’t have an Asian actor, that doesn’t mean the viewers don’t know that Asians exist. If an Asian actor portrays a nerdy student in a Hollywood movie, that doesn’t mean everybody thinks we’re nerds (do you think blacks — ahem, African Americans — are nerds after falling in love with the Steve Urkel character?). It’d be an issue if Asian American citizens were denied voting rights. It’d be an issue if Asian Americans were being persecuted as a follower of Taoism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Falun Gong, or some other religion. It’d be an issue an Asian Americans were being taxed differently than other ethnic groups. It’d be an issue if Asian American parents were prohibited from making babies.” —An excerpt from an interview with Eugene Liu from AsianConservatives.com. Read the full interview here.
“i could die happy. Got a resume from Azn person listing: SAT scores, the # of years playing: flute, piano, violin; and she was math tutor” —Restauranteur Eddie Huang gets a resume, presumably as a position for one of his restaurants, via Twitter