Doctor and Dallas housewife Tiffany Moon is the first first-generation Asian-American on the Real Housewives franchise. She talks about anti-Asian racism, growing up poor and why she joined the show. Photo: Ringo Chiu Doctor and Dallas housewife Tiffany Moon is the first first-generation Asian-American on the Real Housewives franchise. She talks about anti-Asian racism, growing up poor and why she joined the show. Photo: Ringo Chiu
Doctor and Dallas housewife Tiffany Moon is the first first-generation Asian-American on the Real Housewives franchise. She talks about anti-Asian racism, growing up poor and why she joined the show. Photo: Ringo Chiu

Real Housewives star and doctor Tiffany Moon on anti-Asian racism, growing up poor and using her new-found fame for good

  • Tiffany Moon moved to the US from China when she was six, and was ‘spit on, slapped and punched’ by her peers on the bus rides home from school
  • Now a doctor, a wife and a mother, Moon says appearing on the Real Housewives of Dallas has given her a voice and a platform to speak up on racial issues

Topic |   Fame and celebrity
Doctor and Dallas housewife Tiffany Moon is the first first-generation Asian-American on the Real Housewives franchise. She talks about anti-Asian racism, growing up poor and why she joined the show. Photo: Ringo Chiu Doctor and Dallas housewife Tiffany Moon is the first first-generation Asian-American on the Real Housewives franchise. She talks about anti-Asian racism, growing up poor and why she joined the show. Photo: Ringo Chiu
Doctor and Dallas housewife Tiffany Moon is the first first-generation Asian-American on the Real Housewives franchise. She talks about anti-Asian racism, growing up poor and why she joined the show. Photo: Ringo Chiu
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