I will make you to take off your shoes in my house. And never, ever try to get on the bed with your shoes on. I like to use chopsticks in new and interesting ways. Pro-tip: Refill everyone else's cup before your own, going from oldest to youngest. Prepare for a lifetime of finding knots of long black hairs in the shower drain, in the vacuum cleaner, on the carpet, everywhere, all the time.14. Having been taught to use chopsticks before I learned to speak, I consider them to be the best utensils. If you pour tea for yourself before my Yeh Yeh, you will be judged accordingly. I'm used to people butchering the pronunciation and spelling of my name.
“I ended up with a much more human story of two people relating to each other,” rather than a portrayal of right or wrong.I sat down with Debbie during the recent 2013 CAAMFest (formerly known as the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival), where she won the Jury Prize for Best Documentary Feature.That interview is here: Lum interviewed many white men who professed a preference for Asian women. Filmmaker Debbie Lum describes a long history of being approached by white men with “yellow fever”.(There is a related syndrome among gays and lesbians also known as “Rice Picking”.) Most men with Yellow Fever – know they have Yellow Fever.