The Asian-American community has never been well served by our mass media or popular culture. Japanese and Chinese images are pretty much limited to servants, "inscrutable" stereotypes, squinty-eyed evildoers or outright racist portrayals by clueless Occidental actors. The Cartwright boys had loyal ol' Hop Sing to clean up after them and keep them well fed. The actor, Victor Sen Yung, never had much dialogue beyond "Yes, Mr. Hoss," or "Mr. Adam, your father... More >>>