In his book, comedian Phil Wang talks about the loneliness of being mixed-race


“My family fought regularly,” writes British-Malaysian stand-up comedian Phil Wang in the opening chapter of his debut book Sidesplitter: How To Be From Two Worlds At Once.

“Fists flew. Bodies were slammed to the ground. Limbs were twisted. But that’s martial arts for you,” he continues.

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