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With a family-run store devoted to all things ping pong and a mom who teaches it at the local Chinese Community Center, the Wangs' entire world revolves around the sport. But despite the family legacy, C-dub opts to spend his free time playing video games and daydreaming about get-rich quick schemes with his best friend JP Money.
C-dub is kicked back into reality when his mom and Michael are hurt in a car accident, leaving his father to watch over the store and forcing C-dub to take over his mom's ping pong class of misfits. C-dub starts to appreciate the benefits of ping pong when he starts using the class to make some extra money on the side and befriending one of the kids who happens to have a beautiful older sister. But when the Wang family livelihood is threatened by a rival ping pong player's attempts to lure the kids away, C-dub begins to take things more seriously. With the National Golden Cock Tournament coming up and an injured Michael unable to defend his title, C-dub must become the player he pretends to be and defend his family's ping pong dynasty.
Michelle Obama showed her softer side Monday night at the Democratic National Convention, declaring “I love this country” and presenting a picture-perfect image of her family on the stage in Denver.
She praised her husband as a uniter who can lead the country in a new direction, but she also used her headlining address to refine her public persona and to quiet charges from Republicans that she is somehow unpatriotic.
Barack Obama even made a surprise appearance via video feed from Kansas City, Mo., at the end of the speech, ending the first day of the convention on a light-hearted note.
“How about Michelle Obama?” he said, as their daughters tried to talk to him on screen. “Now you know why I asked her out so many times, even though she said, ‘No.’ You want a persistent president.”
Earlier, Michelle Obama explained her love of America by saying, “I tried to give back to this country that has given me so much.”
Tak is a very well known Action Actor in Japan & the United States.