*A TIMES BOOK OF THE YEAR*
‘A hilarious breath of fresh air’ AMY SCHUMER
‘A razor-sharp dissection of cultural differences. And yes, it’s side-splittingly funny’ ADAM KAY
‘I’ve laughed out loud at least once on every page’ VICTORIA COREN MITCHELL
Phil Wang was born in Stoke-on-Trent, raised in Malaysia, and then came of age in Bath – ‘a spa town for people who find Cheltenham too ethnic’. In this brilliantly funny and incisive comic memoir he looks at what it means to be torn between two continents, bringing his trademark cynicism and wit to topics ranging from family, food and comedy to race, empire and colonialism.