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Childhood Food Parallels to Always Be My Maybe — OC Weekly

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— by Anne Marie Panoringan: I’m no Ali Wong, but what we share in common makes us kindred. I spent my childhood born and raised in the Bay Area, now living in Southern California. So to watch Always Be My Maybe at 12:05 a.m. on a Friday brought up some hella good memories. And while I almost went down the rabbit hole of critiquing all the restaurant references in her film, I felt more connected to the first 30 minutes. So here are my Asian-American (more specifically, Pacific Islander/Filipino) experiences in a nutshell…

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June 3, 2019

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