I agree wholeheartedly with you. I also wonder if his wife is more stoic about any discriminatory treatment she receives, accepting it as the cost of being an immigrant. That's how my immigrant parents were. Their reaction was not to protest the racism, but to tell their kids, "You have to work harder and focus on fields where this is no room for subjective answers, like math/science, to overcome racism." We didn't listen as my brother and I both became attorneys, but their fear is that our Asian faces would forever brand us as foreigners and that racism would sink our careers in fields without one right answer.

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