The Asian Girls are a clique of new students at South Park Elementary who are usually seen sitting on the steps just inside the main entrance to the school, drawing art, particularly Yaoi. They were formally introduced in the Season Nineteen episode, "Tweek x Craig", but a few of them are also seen in "Safe Space". They have since become background characters.
There are other Asian-American female students at the school, such as Liza Nelson, who are not considered part of his clique.
The Asian Girls are a specific clique consisting of several girls with at least Japanese, Korean, and Chinese heritage, including Lisa Akimoto, Kelly Zhou and Heather Nishimura. They tend to be quiet and keep to themselves, responding to outside events through their art rather than direct action, and sometimes conversing in their native dialects. They all appear to be artists. Many of them also sell their works to others behind Whole Foods in CtPaTown.
During "Tweek x Craig", the Asian Girls draw pictures of Tweek and Craig together in a fictitious homosexual relationship, starting a rumor that the two are dating. Wendy Testaburger holds a presentation for the school featuring their art, drawing much attention to them and the rumor, and they are also seen selling their art in CtPaTown. When Tweek and Craig "break up," The Asian girls draw more depressed art to reflect the way the town feels.
- "Safe Space" - A few of them can be seen on the bleachers.
- "Tweek x Craig" - The group draws yaoi pictures of Tweek and Craig, spawning the rumor that they are in a relationship. When Craig and Tweek "break up", they produce more depressing art of the two.
- "Hummels & Heroin" - They rally with Marcus Preston after witnessing his presentation in the school cafeteria.
- "The Problem with a Poo" - Lisa is seen in the school band.