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The number of stereotypes used in media and everyday lives affects how people interact with each other in the real world Chin-Kees story was in the form of a TV show Danny is a popular American boy whose cousin Chin-Kee comes every year to visit from China Yang 126 Chin-Kee represents how Asian-Americans feel about stereotypes Jin-Wang is an Asian-American boy who moves from San Francisco to another American suburb where he is teased Jin-Wang thinks its ridiculous how people judge him and the people he hangs out with because of their race Chin-Kee turns out to be the Monkey King at the end who was also teased because he was a monkey This shows how Chin-Kee makes American Asians feel ashamed of their culture including Jin WangDanny and represents many stereotypes about the Asian culturePeople reacted to Chin-Kee in different ways Danny starts his part of the story studying with a girl named Melanie Melanie does not want to go out with Danny because of how Chin-Kee treated her when he arrived from the airport Yang 50123 The teachers liked Chin-Kee because he got all the answers right in their class Yang 111112113 This made the teachers expect more from their students and that made the students be annoyed at Chin-Kee Yang 111 People did not want to sit with Danny at lunch when they saw that he was associated with Chin-Kee Yang 114 The same goes for how people treated Jin differently when he became friends with Wei-Chen Yang 40 People treat Chin-Kee and the people he is associated with differently because of how he acts Chin-Kee represents stereotypes about Asian culture He talks with an accent Yang 51 and eats food that makes people assume about what Asian people eat Yang 114 Chin-Kee dresses in clothing and spits when he talks None of the students want to talk to Danny during lunch because of the food Chin-Kee is eating Yang 114
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