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Hello Kitty Must Die by Angela S. Choi
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Jun 04, 2011

really liked it
Read on June 04, 2011

The Cantonese word for 'yes' is 'hai' if you pitch your voice down.
The Cantonese word for 'cunt' is 'hai' if you pitch your voice up.

Enter Fi, the anti-Hello Kitty, a descriptor for every little Cantonese girl who does it the way her parents wants her to, while maintaining the perfect figure, her family's honour (read: hymen) and perfect white skin all while popping out baby after untold baby. This is a book that starts off with a bang and a laugh, setting an amazing voice for the character. Somewhere not too far in, however, the plot is laid out fairly open and I read along for the ride, not so much because I wanted to find the surprise ending. Choi falls flat about half way in and it seems like the last few chapters are just really beating a dead horse.

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