WE'RE GOING TO LEARN ABOUTTHE DIVERSITY OF ASIAN PEOPLE.
PLEASE WELCOME MR. LU KIMAND MR. JUNICHI TAKAYAMA.
- SHAKE THAT.
[electronic dance music]
- NI HAO MA, SOUTH PARK ELEMENTARY!
- HOW WE ALL FEELING?
HEY, MR. TAKAYAMA,
DID YOU KNOW CHINA AND JAPAN
ARE ACTUALLYDIFFERENT COUNTRIES?
- OH, REALLY?HEY, THAT'S RIGHT.
IF YOU LOOK AT MAP,YOU CAN SEE.
- THIS WHOLE THING IS CHINA
AND JAPAN IS THIS LITTLE BITTYCOUNTRY OVER HERE.
AND THAT'S WHY THE JAPANESE
ALWAYS TRYIN'TO TAKE OVER CHINA!
- THE JAPANESE RAPEAND KILL PEOPLE IN NANKING!
THE ONLY THING JAPANESE LOVEMORE THAN KILLING PEOPLE
IS KILLING THEMSELVES.
SUICIDE RATE IN JAPANSKY HIGH.
- [bleep] YOU!
- OH, NO, I'M JAPANESEAND I HAD A BAD DAY!
I THINK I'M GONNAKILL MYSELF.
Lu Kim and the City Sushi Guy hold an Asian Diversity Assembly.
Butters informs Mr. Lu Kim about South Park's new sushi restaurant.x CLOSE
Lu Kim confronts the owner of City Sushi.x CLOSE
Concerned over Butters' mental state, his parents take him to a therapist.x CLOSE
The turf war kicks up a notch, while Butters' mental state worsens.x CLOSE
Lu Kim and the City Sushi Guy agree to settle their differences.x CLOSE
Butters sits down with Dr. Janus to sort out his mental issues.x CLOSE
Searching for answers, Butters videotapes his sleep patterns.x CLOSE
Lu Kim and the City Sushi Guy hold an Asian Diversity Assembly.x CLOSE
After Butters confronts Dr. Janus, he has another episode.x CLOSE
Butters gets into more trouble, as Lu Kim plans an Asian Diversity Festival.x CLOSE