Another week and that means only one thing - Prince Mak is back on SBS PopAsia radio with "The Prince Mak Hour."
In the latest episode of his radio show, Prince Mak opens up about his childhood and the problems he faced as a kid in regards to racism, as well as being the only Asian kid at his school.
While he says that his childhood was okay, Prince Mak did say that he did have his share of racism troubles when he was younger as he was the only Asian person at his primary school. From being called racial slurs to being picked last for sports, things weren't great during Prince Mak's younger school years.
Having said that, things got better as Prince Mak entered high school as there were other Asians present and thus he could fit in much more easily with people he can relate to.
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