From D.K. Latta of the Huffington Post:
Link: Taking Stock Of TV’s ‘Kim’s Convenience’
One can quibble whether the series is truly the first Canadian series to feature a predominantly Asian cast. It was preceded by Omni TV’s crime drama, Blood and Water (which also featured Liu as the son of immigrants), and some years earlier by the memorable CBC cops n’ mobsters mini-series, Dragon Boys. But certainly by virtue of being on a major network, an open-ended format, and the populist idiom of a sitcom, Kim’s Convenience is hoping to put a pin in the map of Canada’s evolving pop cultural landscape. Continue reading.
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