My latest San Francisco Chronicle ASIAN POP column: Sometimes goofy, always awesome immigrant parents and why we love 'em!
If you haven't checked out mymomisafob.com and my dadisafob.com, two websites that celebrate the malapropisms and cultural disconnects that make our Asian immigrant 'rents so special, do it now. This week's Asian Pop talks to Teresa Wu and Serena Wu, the enterprising 20-year-olds behind the fab fobsites, and muses on the evolution of F.O.B. into "fob" with playwright David Henry Hwang (whose acclaimed debut, "F.O.B." turned 30 this year) and graphic novelist Gene Yang, author of the National Book Award-nominated "American Born Chinese." Share and enjoy!