Of course, my insights are far from scientific, so the usual disclaimers about anecdotal evidence apply here.
So you're a kid currently growing up in a household with overbearing Asian parents, the sort that probably: I'll briefly talk about Options 1 and 2 and then spend the majority of this article on Option 3, which I feel is the only reasonable choice.
This article attempts to explore the other perspective—the parents' motivations and feelings—to help kids better understand and deal with their own parents.
"You mention nothing at all about getting high school or university counsellors, or Child Protective Services (or the local equivalent), or even the police involved, but for many people in abusive relationships, getting an external authority involved is the right thing to do.
If your parents were reasonable people, then you wouldn't be reading this article in the first place.
(One more tip to remember for your future: Please don't go ass-wild as soon as you start college, as so many of your fellow Asian-American youths do.
I think that all your articles on authoritarian parents should be prefaced with a warning to seek professional help.