#SorryAsianParents

A goofy kid just trying to make sense of the world while trying to be Asian American

First Generation Struggles, Cultural Appropriation, and Cobra Kai w/ Salutations – #SAP EP09 Clip

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Being a child of immigrants is pretty darn hard. Your parents may have gotten you across the border, but now it’s your turn to put in that elbow grease and finish off the American Dream thing they started. In this video, Salutationsandgoodvibrations and, I will explore some of the challenges first-generation kids will have to face as they try to find the American identity for themselves and their family. 

We will also talk about some of the biases in the news when it comes to reporting crimes, the chaos of having a multicultural family, and cultural appropriation with the Asian community. I’ll tell you what, trying to find your identity as your growing up between two different cultures isn’t gonna be an easy one. But I think we owe it to our parents to give it the ol’ immigrant try, eh.

If you have a story about being a child of immigrants or some kinda wonky cultural appropriation story, share with us down below…..and if you like it (sigh, I hate saying this) like, subscribe, comment, the whole jazz. . .please.

Oh yeah, we talk a bunch about Cobra Kai!

Link to #sorryasianparents EP09 – https://youtu.be/yxjOOZYj7dc

Weebthusiast YouTube Channel – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiDfoqzX4A-Khlw7ODG_qTw

#sorryasianparents Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/sorryasianparents/

Salutationsandgoodvibrations Instagram -https://www.instagram.com/salutationsandgoodvibrations/

Weebthusiast Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/weebthusiast/#sorryasianparents Blog – https://www.sorryasianparents.com/

Author: Airec S.

Graduated from San Francisco State University with a degree in English: Creative Writing. So far, this degree has helped me become a decent bartender and a professional online troll. Currently living in SoCal and trying to chase my dream of becoming a comedian since I quit both of my jobs right before the Rona hit. Great timing on my part. Sigh, story of my life.

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