Well, no. But there are three current books which would make you think otherwise:
The second, Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan's A Tiger in the Kitchen, is a quick and easy food memoir about the author's return to native Singapore to reconnect with her family while learning to cook all of her favorite childhood dishes.
The third, perhaps most notorious book on this list, is Amy Chua's Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother. Chua's book swept the news early this year because of its sometimes controversial outlook on parenting "the Chinese way". Though I've not read this one, my friend (also a librarian), highly recommends it. To read more about Chua's book and the craze it's created, check out this The New Yorker article from January 31, 2011.