Hard knocks, redemption, wealth, survival, risk, and donuts—Ted Ngoy’s life story has it all. It’s the American Dream, with a (glazed) twist.
A Korean adoptee shows a nuanced portrait of the everyday struggles of Asian American young women.
Tie a Yellow Ribbon takes its audience on a journey into the world of Asian American young women. Told through the eyes of Jenny Mason, a Korean adoptee, the story shows a nuanced portrait of the everyday struggles of this under-represented group. Jenny's search for connection and a place to call home in American society is often heartwrenching and ultimately redemptive.