The Kids Table: Tommy’s Wedding – Ep 5 January 9, 2020 Tags:a yi, Asian, asian american, asian american utopia, career, celebration, children of immigrants, chinatown, Chinese, Chinese American, Chinese dinner party, Chinese New Year, Family, first gen, Friends, generation, gentrification, identity, immigrant parents, immigrants, kids table, last table, legacy, love, lunar new year, marriage, next generation, professional, Relationship goals, second gen, shu shu, small business, subtle asian dating, subtle asian traits, wedding, year of the pig Related Posts Die Deutschen (The Germans) S01E10 ‘Wilhelm und die Welt’ (Ger&Eng Subs) 3 LinkedIn Marketing Tips That Will Generate New Customers and Boost Engagement A rebel’s guide to writing wedding vows About The Author Torey Turner 11 Comments 佘骏 Everybody should come and check this out. This show is amazing!!!!!!!!!!!! October 1, 2018 Reply Z Z I'm a Chinese-American from the East Coast and this series speaks to me. Unfortunately, it also reminds me of what I never had; it's always only been me and my parents. I have zero family let alone family in my age range here in the states so it's kinda painful for me at the end of every episode. October 5, 2018 Reply effectivepull These episodes are so important to us hybrids. Keep them coming. December 29, 2018 Reply Some DUde Aww man why is it only 5 episode. Collab with WongFu lol. December 29, 2018 Reply Delbert Tran What's the Mr. Joes in San Francisco mentioned? Might have to check it out, haha. December 29, 2018 Reply Megumi awwwww January 3, 2019 Reply Richard Chen Take charge of gentrification, reclaim our heritage for the future! February 1, 2019 Reply terrarepokemon Loved it February 25, 2019 Reply PanzerSCHWE1N As an asian american with an immigrant mom this definitely speaks to me. Even funnier the china town talk when I work at a tech company in the middle of chinatown across the street from a closed down restaurant my family used to frequent when I was a child… March 28, 2019 Reply shmutube 💗💗💗😢😢😭😭😭💗💗💗 April 8, 2019 Reply Peter Wung I am much older than the folks in the episodes, but it definitely reminds me of growing up Chinese, except I grew up in Colorado, where there weren't too many Chinese people. The issues are the same except I couldn't articulate it back then. June 17, 2019 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.