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Crazy Rich Asians: A Critique and Review

By: Vivian Li How do rich Asians live? […]

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Crazy Rich Asians: A Critique and Review

By: Vivian Li How do rich Asians live? What about crazily rich ones? I’m sure many people have heard of or seen the film, “Crazy Rich Asians,” by now. I had conflicting views about it, and while I did feel represented by the all-Asian cast, I did also have quarrel with the film’s storyline. For […]

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