Zhuoyi Wang.

Invited by the US-based Chinese-language new media outlet WHYNOT, Professor of East Asian Languages and Literatures Zhuoyi Wang recently wrote a review of the new TV series "Beef," which was co-produced by Netflix and A24.

Titled "Beef: Tearing Apart Asian-American Stereotypes and Initiating Liberation at the End of Mutual Harm and Self-Destruction," the article analyzes the series' stereotype-breaking representations of Asian-American characters and explores the class, racial, and gendered oppression they face.

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