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Celebrating Asian Mothers: Funniest Advice My Mother Has Ever Given Me
Posted By Audrey Archives On May 28, 2013 @ 11:01 pm In Trends | Comments Disabled
Daughter solicits mother for advice. Hilarity ensues. Courtesy of Lela Lee .
To help celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month — and an upcoming holiday dedicated to Mothers all around, Audrey Magazine brings you our special Mother’s Day feature: Funniest Advice My Mother Has Ever Given Me. Contributor Ada Tseng  talks to different folks in the Asian American community about the words of wisdom bestowed to them from their Asian American mothers. Join us as we count down to Mother’s Day – we’ll be revealing new stories every day!
Mothers — with all their earnest, loving intentions — can often be entertaining, and their advice can be an interesting mix of serious, silly, insightful and mind-boggling (sometimes all rolled up into one zinger you can’t wait to share with your friends). In honor of Mother’s Day, we’ve asked fellow Asian American writers and artists to share the funniest advice they’ve ever gotten from their mothers.
Jen Wang of Disgrasian 
on shaving her legs and not having a wedding
Kimberly-Rose Wolter of Knots 
on why unhappy mommys are not good for anyone
Sheetal Sheth of Yes, We’re Open and Nice Girls Crew 
on life jackets and medical school
Dante Basco of Hang Loose and Paradise Broken 
on always being a gentleman
Janice Jann of The Media Maid 
on believing in anything. ANYTHING.
Ada Tseng of Asia Pacific Arts 
on thinking about divorce before you even start dating
Theresa Navarro of Yes, We’re Open 
on sleepovers, dating, acne, and dessert!
Kevin Wu (KevJumba) of Hang Loose 
on embracing the embarassing
Shailja Patel of Migritude 
on when it’s time to settle down
Joey Damiano, playwright of Fortune Wheel 
on wearing a little jacket
Catherine Liu, author/professor at UC Irvine 
on going against the advice of therapists
Sunyoung Lee of Kaya Press 
on that guy you took to prom
Dennis Lee of Namu Gaji 
on shrinking male anatomy
Jeff Mizushima of Salad Days 
on too much flexibility
Kimora Lee Simmons of Phat Fashions 
on wooden currency
Check back for more stories that will be added all week until Mother’s Day!
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 Daughter solicits mother for advice. Hilarity ensues. Courtesy of Lela Lee: http://audreymagazine.com/funniest-advice-my-mother-has-ever-given-me/angrylittlegirlscomic12/
 Ada Tseng: http://audreymagazine.com/author/ada/
 Jen Wang of Disgrasian: http://wp.me/p15az9-8UW
 Kimberly-Rose Wolter of Knots: http://wp.me/p15az9-8V9
 Sheetal Sheth of Yes, We’re Open and Nice Girls Crew: http://wp.me/p15az9-8V2
 Dante Basco of Hang Loose and Paradise Broken: http://wp.me/p15az9-8Vk
 Janice Jann of The Media Maid: http://wp.me/p15az9-8Y8
 Ada Tseng of Asia Pacific Arts: http://wp.me/p15az9-8UQ
 Theresa Navarro of Yes, We’re Open: http://wp.me/p15az9-8Vm
 Kevin Wu (KevJumba) of Hang Loose: http://wp.me/p15az9-8X3
 Shailja Patel of Migritude: http://wp.me/p15az9-8Za
 Joey Damiano, playwright of Fortune Wheel: http://wp.me/p15az9-8Zm
 Catherine Liu, author/professor at UC Irvine: http://wp.me/p15az9-8Zf
 Sunyoung Lee of Kaya Press: http://wp.me/p15az9-8Z7
 Dennis Lee of Namu Gaji: http://wp.me/p15az9-91A
 Jeff Mizushima of Salad Days: http://wp.me/p15az9-914
 Kimora Lee Simmons of Phat Fashions: http://wp.me/p15az9-91t
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