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'Crazy Rich Asians' Is What A Lot of People Have Been Waiting For

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Mansions. A multimillion-dollar wedding. Sexy characters in swank settings. The release of Crazy Rich Asians is a cultural event onscreen and off. More so for Asians and Asian-Americans, who make up about a quarter of the Bay Area’s population. What does the success of Crazy Rich Asians means to them?

Guest: Ricky Yean, writer of Asian-Americans Are Cultural Orphans (aka I hope Crazy Rich Asians isn’t a flop)

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