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I’ll just point out the tastefully rendered juice dribbling down her chin and her need to be shirtless in order to consume a vegetable.Thanks Guss/Heeb Media, in addition to absolutely ruining my appetite for pickles, you’ve made it unlikely that I can ever comfortably eat one in public again. We would like to welcome our latest staff member to join ACAS, James Lee. Welcome James Lee, ACAS Photovoice Project Coordinator! Maybe it was because he had lived in this city (which I like to think of as Jewish as Woody Allen) his whole life. But later, when I left Starbucks, I wondered if I really was out of the mainstream, as a shiksa with a Chinese husband, Was it true? You usually see Jewish women married to Chinese men.” “Really? ” I was so stunned, I still I can’t remember what he said.Now, I understand many of us enjoy a refreshing dill pickle now and again, but this is just grody.
So it’s no wonder that this study on interracial marriage among Chinese American/Japanese Americans had this to say: …it appears that there is a propensity for our interviewees to meet and date Jews in college or in their professional fields and marry them.Given that this is an ad produced by a Jewish agency, for a Jewish kosher food business, and currently featured in a Jewish publication (), would it have been so out of the question to use a Jewish model as well? I’m just sayin’ — with such an identity-specific demographic, the creators had to make a pretty intentional creative choice here.And I’m not even gonna get into the whole Jewish guy-Asian girl thing right now.It’s self-effacing and gives an intimidate look at life in Beijing from the inside but still through the eyes of an outsider. I liked the part where Sufei’s Chinese girl friend said she doesn’t want to date a “fresh off the boat” foreigner. The host, Sufei, has an uncanny ability to get random strangers to not only stop and talk to her, but also open up on camera and answer probing questions about subjects that can still be somewhat taboo in China.