The Best Part of 'Silicon Valley' Is What It Gets Wrong About the Real Silicon Valley
The Best Part of 'Silicon Valley' Is What It Gets Wrong About the Real Silicon Valley: "Notably, an Asian member of Erlich (T.J. Miller)'s house, Jian Yang (Jimmy O. Yang), is basically a running gag of Chinese stereotypes. His broken English and lack of understanding of American culture are constantly derided, and the quips rarely pack a comedic punch."
And undoubtably, most of those Asian men working in Silicon Valley could probably write, produce and direct more compelling content using only their Macs and iPhones. It's fine if you don't believe it, but TV is already over. YouTube won. It's like believing terrestrial radio is still media.
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