"I began writing these books to begin with: because I felt that contemporary, modern Asia was so underrepresented in . It was always my dream to really of enlighten people," author Kwan said about trilogy. (CBC) Senior arts writer Jessica Wong is the longtime arts and writer for CBC News. She’s a fan of Harry Potter, musical theatre, Game of Thrones, Dave Chappelle’s comedy, ’90s &B and those little Tasty videos. A Giambattista Valli couture gown for a -year-old. A $5 billion trust fund. Plastic surgery for a favourite fish. An epic proposal featuring dozens of dancers and musicians, an elephant and Shah Rukh Khan. In People Problems , author Kevin Kwan concludes his trilogy about the unimaginably wealthy, famously catty and positively outrageous schemers of the Asian jet set first introduced in his bestseller Crazy Asians . The Singapore-born, New York-based writer talked to CBC News about wrapping up his blockbuster tale, why the third novel is more Downton Abbey -esque and visiting the set of Hollywood’s Crazy Asians movie. Q: How does it feel completing your trilogy? A: When we first spoke, it was the hope that […]