Teassert is a look-a-like food package that incorporates the idea of Dim Sum into packing tea leaves (Oolong tea and Pu-Erh tea) and snacks (dark melon seeds and roasted peanuts). The package itself has multiple re-use functions, including Siu Mai recipe, book marks, coasters, and usable bamboo steam baskets for cooking. The package instruction includes two languages - English and Madarin.
It doesn’t mean you’re a weeaboo if you’re interested in learning the Japanese language. Its exactly the same as wanting to learn french, spanish, madarin or any other language.
If someone wanted to learn Spanish a person wouldn’t instantly think they were trying to be Spanish. If someone wanted to learn German a person wouldn’t assume they’re trying to be German. So why is it when somebody wants to learn Japanese they get called a weeaboo?