Asian People vs. Asian Food | Lineup | Cut

Asian People vs. Asian Food | Lineup | Cut

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Chris is a grad student studying Anthropology at the University of Washington. One day we were talking and he said: “You know there are studies that show white people can tell the difference between Asian food but not Asian people.” So, we made that into a video. We also had some of our Asian friends and family take the test.

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Jennifer & Jina
Dan & B
Dan & Robyn
Natalie & Grason
Ralph and Genie
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Camera Operator: Arthur Allen
Chef: Chris Patton
Grip: Scott Calvert
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Production Assistant: Jessica Law

All Falling Down (Instrumental) by Pebaluna

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Asian People vs. Asian Food | Lineup | Cut


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