Many believe romantic relationships between Chinese and Americans to be harmonious and happy for both partners.
However, because of differences in cultural background and daily habits there are bound to be conflicting views in the relationship.
In order to find your life partner and soul mate among thousands of Chinese women just take every step of online dating seriously.
Bringing bae home to meet the parents is hell when you’re an adult, but it must be so much worse for a preteen like Eddie Huang.
Many say it reflects the “Giant Infant” culture described by psychologist Wu Zhihong in her acclaimed book to be somewhat progressive.
It featured two successful female entrepreneurs out of the three bachelorettes.
But instead of a fancy dinner at a new restaurant, they get a chicken buffet at Cattleman’s Ranch, which is kind of like eating takeout food at home. And rather than actual presents, each kid gets to bring a guest! Allison is decidedly not Chinese, and Eddie, being the dope that he is, tells her about Jessica’s preference the next day.
This is Eddie’s opportunity to finally introduce his mom to Allison. She’s the plot device/piccolo player whom Eddie’s been dating this entire season. Allison, being a much smarter person than her boyfriend, no longer wants to meet Eddie’s mom at this Cattleman’s dinner.