As a result, everyone wakes up at 3 to eat and drink before it reaches two hours until sun rise. The sun rises very early here, around 5:30 to 6, sometimes even earlier. The setting sun is called the Iftar.
This is when all of the mosque speakers come on and the evening Iftar prayers start, and everyone can finally eat and drink again.
Both series are family comedies filtered through rebellious, Americanized offspring (Cho as Margaret Kim and Hudson Yang as Eddie Huang) whose choices and cultural references bewilder their first-generation parents - Margaret with her alternative rock and Eddie with his hip-hop. The rest of the characters fall into parallel types. There are the strict but caring tiger moms (Jodi Long and Wu), the mild-mannered small business owner dads (Clyde Kusatsu and Randall Park), the wacky grandmothers (Amy Hill and Lucille Soong), and the model sons (B.
Wong, Wheeler, and Chen) who stand in contrast to their troublemaking siblings. Man allegedly performed lewd act on bus while staring at girl, stopped from fleeing by commuters.