I listened to this book (recommended by friends, MM and AM) a few days ago while folding and inventorying 200 pants, 70 shorts and 200 tops. The book is funny - and really thoughtful. If you want to better understand what life is like for my generation of Asian-Americans in the US, check it out. "Asians" - yes, I'm using this very broad term to mean ... anyone who looks Asian.
I could relate to about 60-70% of the experiences she shares. I totally remember kids at school making fun of my "stinky" Korean food, and wishing mom would just make me a PBJ. Nowadays, everybody likes Korean food. It's about four decades too late for my elementary school pride, but maybe better late than never (shrug).
Wong is funny and an excellent storyteller. The book flies by (or maybe it seemed that way because I was folding seemingly endless piles of clothes). Give it a listen when you have some time!