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Do Asians In Asia Hate Asian-Americans
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Posted 12/4/11

D01BCDN3 wrote:

I may be adapted to the American culture, but that doesn't mean that I have abandoned my people.


I didn't know you were Asian ..
Posted 12/4/11

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D01BCDN3 wrote:

I may be adapted to the American culture, but that doesn't mean that I have abandoned my people.


I didn't know you were Asian ..


Yep, I am Asian.
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Posted 12/4/11

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I didn't know you were Asian ..


And I didn't you were hot.

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No. i dont think asians hate asian-americans. Heck i think they would want to become asian-american or at least their children. However, there might be possible causes that asians have to make them hate on asian-americans.
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Posted 12/4/11

D01BCDN3 wrote:


choieraebin wrote:


D01BCDN3 wrote:

I may be adapted to the American culture, but that doesn't mean that I have abandoned my people.


I didn't know you were Asian ..


Yep, I am Asian.

so its like you have slant eyed? It's weird you know, maybe we should have a talk someday


chrome_mist wrote:


choieraebin wrote:

I didn't know you were Asian ..


And I didn't you were hot.


Now you know ^ ^
Posted 12/4/11

choieraebin wrote:


D01BCDN3 wrote:


choieraebin wrote:


D01BCDN3 wrote:

I may be adapted to the American culture, but that doesn't mean that I have abandoned my people.


I didn't know you were Asian ..


Yep, I am Asian.

so its like you have slant eyed? It's weird you know, maybe we should have a talk someday


No, my eyes are not slanted, I believe so. What is weird? I don't understand. Talk about what?
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Posted 12/4/11
Everybody hates Asians anyway.
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People resent opportunities that they don't have, which others do.

Even if you don't know it, someone somewhere despises the fact that you are alive, regardless of who you are or where you live. Don't feel bad about these facts that you discussed, it is just the reality of things. To hell with ignorant people.

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Its something I like to call reverse racism.

Im Asian-American, and I live in a heavily dense population of Everything Asian. I mean, Koreans, Japanese, Filipino, Chinese, you know the Asian, we go it. But Im also half. My mother is Filipino, my dad is White- I look like a hybrid of both. And when I walk into an Asian market, the full blooded Asians like to think Im not there. I see the obvious ways people make way for me, or talk when Im trying to shop for ingredients for my favorite native dish.

I come across another Filipino, and I say "Oh yeah! Im Filipino! My mother was born in Alangapo." Im clearly proud of my heritage I can even hold a decent conversation in my mother tongue, but dont think Im not aware of the sliding eyes. The other person looking me over, passing judgement. And then my favorite line, "Oh? Youre Filipino?"

WTF did I just say?

Apparently, being a half breed isnt GOOD enough. Apparently my accent isnt thick enough, or my height is way too tall to be Pinoy. Apparently, Im way too Americanized. Well you know what? Fuck you. I can make my own lumpia and pansit, and I hate the greatest Filipino export: Banana Ketchup. That shit is nasty.

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scarlettexashes wrote:

Its something I like to call reverse racism.

Im Asian-American, and I live in a heavily dense population of Everything Asian. I mean, Koreans, Japanese, Filipino, Chinese, you know the Asian, we go it. But Im also half. My mother is Filipino, my dad is White- I look like a hybrid of both. And when I walk into an Asian market, the full blooded Asians like to think Im not there. I see the obvious ways people make way for me, or talk when Im trying to shop for ingredients for my favorite native dish.

I come across another Filipino, and I say "Oh yeah! Im Filipino! My mother was born in Alangapo." Im clearly proud of my heritage I can even hold a decent conversation in my mother tongue, but dont think Im not aware of the sliding eyes. The other person looking me over, passing judgement. And then my favorite line, "Oh? Youre Filipino?"

WTF did I just say?

Apparently, being a half breed isnt GOOD enough. Apparently my accent isnt thick enough, or my height is way too tall to be Pinoy. Apparently, Im way too Americanized. Well you know what? Fuck you. I can make my own lumpia and pansit, and I hate the greatest Filipino export: Banana Ketchup. That shit is nasty.



I feel for you, dude . That kind of stuff would upset me greatly. I'm just glad I don't have to deal with it.


edit: Oh... you're a woman... oops. I mean, "I feel for you, gurl!" ( i guess that'll work... ;P )
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Posted 3/15/12
Onizuka doesn't have a race. Unless that race is called awesome.
Posted 3/15/12
Not like we are all born to like everyone.
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Posted 3/15/12
Well I am an asian in asia and I find asian americans on youtube to be hot and hilarious. <3
Posted 3/15/12
As with everything, I think it depends on the Asian. Koreans are extremely different from, for example, the Malay.

My grandmother is Asian (probably not what some of you think of immediately as Asian, but it's a big continent, and they consider themselves Asian), and when I've visited where that part of the family is from, people seem pretty friendly and interested, even treating me sort of like a distant relative -- and this is even though I look rather 'generic American,' I'm not Muslim or Orthodox Christian, and I don't really speak any of the language.

I should mention that this culture is extremely traditional, and the culture stayed alive and resilient enough to survive various empires including the Soviets.
Posted 4/8/12
if they act too cool
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