My parents eventually decided to go back to Asia and I am glad because growing up in Asia and now studying here, I really get to see both perspectives.
The Asians here generally possess the strong Asian work ethic but what is sad is not that they know so little about their culture but the fact that they don't bother to embrace it or find out more about their culture.
Born and bred to accept second-class status in a white society, sneer others.
Slackers who don't know the meaning of ambition and sacrifice -- and who lack the guts to do anything about it in any case.
If you remember, there was crying in the chapel at Monroe and Rosalie’s wedding as Nick realised Adalind had tricked him into bed, Juliette was – naturally – pissed about it, and to top it off, he had lost his Wesen-detection abilities.
I have friends who were quite literally born here but based on your narrow standards they would be considered an "FOB" regardless, it's all ludicrous!!
A few are refugees and illegals risking their lives to escape hopeless, grinding poverty.
It's safe to say few FOBs feel in any respect disadvantaged relative to American-born Asians.
Renard, meanwhile, is struggling to survive the assassination attempt by Steward.
The episode ends with the Captain flatlining as doctors attempt in vain to resuscitate him.season 4 kicks off with Nick having lost his powers to detect Wesen and Captain Renard fighting for his life after being shot by the rogue Hundjäger, Steward. Even the 2 million AA who immigrated as kids and speak English like -- or in some cases, better than -- native-born Americans rarely escape the sting of being dismissed by American-Born Asians (ABAs) based on real or imagined differences.