See if you can follow my warped logic here....
Michael Luo's parents moved to the US in their mid twenties I take it, raised a family and were able to do well enough to put kids through Harvard. Years later their son Michael writes article to major newspaper about discrimination to ABC because nutter shouted at him from across the street.
Has this family ever in their lives advocated for change or casually discussed with their friends the institutional discrimination in their homeland Taiwan? (I take it their roots are very important to them otherwise why the hell use the ABC term in the first place). Or are they like every other ABC or CBC or whatever XBC I've ever spoken to and are either blissfully unaware of it, choose to ignore it, or outright defend and make excuses for it.
What say you?