So I have the character named Yui. Yui is an overworked college student, attempting to balance her life pursing a medical degree, working overnight shifts at fast food resteraunts, and avoiding the affections of an annoying neighbor in her apartment complex. She also has a very strong interest in the power of gemstones, plants, auras, etc. Shes super into Wicca and the like, but doesnt completly identify with a single belief system or lable yet. The thing is, as a character of Asian decent, I found myself wondering if this was the best way to portray her. I really don't want my character to become an exaggerated, problematic version of herself. When she was first conceptualized, I never took into consideration some of the implications of her hobbies/story. Even though she struggles with mental health and relationship issues, i worried I was writing a character that would play into the "super smart/mystic/hardworking/perfect asian" stereotype. Is there any way I can avoid this, while still keeping some of the major aspects of her character intact?