Myth of miserable, suicidal, successful Asian-American students (UCI example)

Myth of successful Asian students (UCI, University of California Irvine)

Facebook add by UCI, bragging about their “success”

Why do so many students commit suicide at UC Irvine?

Because leveraging rampant abuse of suicidal Asian children in order to appear successful is easier than you think!

Following are six easy steps to be a “successful” school like the University of California Irvine by leveraging the misery of Asians:

Step 1: Select a student-body that is mostly (rich, hyper-socialized) Asians.[1]

Step 2: Select only miserable Asians who have been emotionally abused by their parents into a habit of ceaseless studiousness.[2]

Step 3: Be proud that the majority of your (rich, hyper-socialized, miserable) Asian students are female, while ignoring the massive suicide-rate of Asian-American females[3] who are emotionally abused by their parents.

Step 4: Ignore the burgeoning research[4] regarding epidemic suicide-rates among (rich, hyper-socialized, miserable) successful female Asian students.

Step 5: Ignore the scapegoating of anyone who tries whatsoever to adjust for the bad personalities of (rich, hyper-socialized, miserable, suicidal) successful Asian students.[5]

Step 6: Ignore the fact that, with some exceptions, Asian-Americans excel in academia in the United States only when they, as children, suffer familial torture and slavery.

References

[1] See College portrait (University of California Irvine, 2017).

[2] See Tiger Parenting on Wikipedia.

[3] See Suicide Among Asian-Americans (American Psychological Association, 2018).

[4] See Rich Barlow, The problem parenting behind Asian women’s suicide rate(Boston University, 2016).

[5] See e.g. Ying Ma, Harvard’s racism cannot stand — Elite universities have protected the diversity sham for too long (Fox News, 2018).

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