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Last week, Yi recalled the encounter with extraordinary detail, even though it had happened a decade ago.

She vividly remembers what was said, how she felt, whom she was with, the pair of pants she was wearing. Maybe you are thinking: Of course Cross doesn’t remember.

Comedy is not my field of specialty, but it seems like a reference to karate is not enough to qualify as a joke.

The same can be said of intoning an “Asian accent.” An accent itself is not particularly funny.

The defense of these jokes is inevitably that they are misinterpreted.

Charlyne did not understand, Cross says, that he was performing, doing a bit.

It reveals a person who has left an old life behind in search of a new one.

What makes these things (references, accents) pass for jokes is when they are told in close proximity to Asian immigrants (or the children of these immigrants—somehow it doesn’t matter which).Nor are they meant for anyone who actually knows anything about Asian-Americans.The question then becomes: Who are these jokes for?“I’ve reached out to others who were there when we met as well to get verification.” “I would never intentionally hurt someone like that. I do not remember it like she remembers it (and clearly we’re quite a bit far apart on this) but I reached out to her privately and expressed that and more, including the possibility that perhaps we both are misremembering *exactly* what happened that night?At a party in 2007, David Cross made fun of a 20-year-old Charlyne Yi’s pants. Perhaps to rouse her, Cross then said “ching chong ching chong” and asked her if she would fight him, karate-style, in a Southern American accent.Even its foreignness depends on the listener, not the speaker.

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