Warner Brothers Crazy Rich Asians had audiences and media critics cheering well before it hit theatres—and for good reason. Crazy Rich Asians director Jon M. The web show, which first aired on YouTube in , is similar to other reality shows about lifestyles of the rich and wannabe-famous, but the stars were not received the same way as say, the cast of The Real Housewives franchise. He adds that often, public discussions about housing affordability, property markets and universities continuously lump all Asians together—including those who have been Canadians for generations—as villains and perpetual foreigners.
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By Isabelle Khoo Juanmonino It's difficult for most people to talk about mental health with their loved ones, but this lack of communication is especially prominent in the Asian community where the concept is often misunderstood. Megan Simpson , a Toronto nursing student who has struggled with depression, knows this too well. In a blog she wrote for U. Cheng , the reason Asian families don't talk about mental health is because they just don't know how to. We all learn how to talk about certain things just from our upbringing and our social circles," Cheng told HuffPost Canada.
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I went to my first sleepover when I was After a night of nail painting, I bounced out of bed the next morning to retrieve my toothbrush, excited to continue the frivolity. But a post on the viral Facebook group Subtle Asian Traits made me realise it was never weird or wrong — just different. Created in September by a group of year 12 Melbourne students who met at Chinese school, Subtle Asian Traits gathered 90, members in less than a month.
Printer-Friendly Version In a lot of ways, Asian Americans have done remarkably well in achieving "the American dream" of getting a good education, working at a good job, and earning a good living. So much so that the image many have of Asian Americans is that we are the "model minority" -- a bright, shining example of hard work and patience whose example other minority groups should follow. However, the practical reality is slightly more complicated than that. Once in a great while, statistics don't lie. It is true that in many ways, Asian Americans have done very well socially and economically.