Have you ever wondered:
Why Asians love "Hello Kitty"?
What the tattooed Chinese characters really say?
How to achieve feng shui for optimum make-out sessions?
Where Asian cuties meet the white guys who love them?
Then you'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll realize this book is
better than a Broadway production of Cats when you read
scenes that include:
twenty-something Lindsey Owyang mastering the intricacies
of office voicemail and fax dialing
an authentic Chinese banquet where Number One Son shows off
his language skills by speaking "Chinglish"
dating disasters with grandsons of Grandma's mahjong
the discovery that the real China looks nothing like the
pavilion at Disney World
And all the while Lindsey is falling in lust with
the "white devil" in her politically correct office. But
will Grandma's stinky Chinese ointments send him running?
Or will Lindsey realize that the path to true love lies
somewhere between the dim sum and the pepperoni pizza?