Yellow on the Outside, Shame on the Inside: Asian Culture Revealed
by Anson Chi
Number of pages: 139
Why do Asians really get straight A's? Why do Asians really become doctors and lawyers? Why do Asians really play the piano? Many people believe that the reason has to do with the pressure to perform and the pressure to conform, however, it goes much deeper than that-much, much deeper! This didactic novel reveals the truths about Asian culture, which will shock you to the marrow of your bones-and open a hidden world of long-guarded secrets.
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