But at just what cost?
There’s a large part of myspace full of Pikachu memes, spelling accidents, code puns—plus depictions of some Asians’ obsessions with anime, K-pop, and boba tea. Here, memes catch just what it’s choose to develop as a second-generation Asian immigrant, from unlikely objectives of success to Western teachers’ failure to pronounce names in lessons to getting guitar sessions in the summertime in the place of supposed camping.
The Twitter page, labeled as discreet Asian Traits, try quickly gaining customers from Asian communities in Australia, the U.S., Canada, as well as other nations internationally. Now more than 700,000 members powerful, the page was taking Asians together—many of whom pick hilarity and solidarity by scrolling through, even when some of the memes use tricky stereotypes. Continue reading «Delicate Asian qualities brings wave of culture-specific memes to Facebook»