"This film was was inspired by a study...(that) measured American attitudes toward Chinese Americans and Asian Americans." And it has certainly raised the questions of what makes up America and what makes up an American.
I would like to think that the issues highlighted in this film can also be applied in our local context. One particular issue would be Singaporean attitudes toward their significant other. And by 'significant other,' we can include at least three groups of people: - transient workers, - immigrants and - highly skilled foreigners
And perhaps to add on a bit further, what are the Singaporean attitudes toward the tourists - in particular, the Ang Moh tourist? The conception is that they get better services. Is this really true? If so, why does it continue to persist?
Anyway, these are just some thoughts for us to reflect upon. Hope I haven't bored anyone to sleep.