Know Choice, Hollis Wong-Wear and Nam tackle the generational gap within the Asian and Pacific Islander community. Based on their bars, I assume all three are children of immigrants. With that bearing comes a certain set of responsibilities and expectations. I’m adopted Korean-American, possessor of that dreaded hyphen that so haphazardly connects the two classifications. I was mercifully spared the parental pressures commonly associated with being the child of immigrant parents, but somehow still can’t escape that “old head” mentality of the aging Korean set who wonder openly when I’m going to get around to learning the language or start attending a Korean church. It’s a weird place to be, man, but I’m stubborn and resilient. These three MCs are doing the right thing, holding onto their microphones and riding it out the best way they know how.