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Jump to navigation. Are we so different or is it just our appearance? It is said that all nations differ in culture, customs, the way of thinking, and many other things.
He hates it when I do this. So do I, really. We live in San Francisco, so this dip is as common as the hills.
Top definition. Attempting to add a decent, more serious and accurate definition to the lot. In England, "asian" most commonly refers to people of Indian or Pakistani descent, whereas "oriental" might refer to East and Southeast Asians NOTE: "oriental" is certainly considered politically incorrect in the United States. S - I know she's Asian, but where is her family from?
Kat Chow. Asians are bad drivers but can navigate roundabouts like this one in Shanghai, eh? It's a predictable pattern: Tragedy strikes, and the volume of racism gets loud on the Internet.
The New South Wales opposition leader, Michael Daley is under sustained pressure over his comments in a video in which he said young Sydneysiders were leaving and being replaced by workers from Asia. On the eve of NSWvotesLabor Leader Michael Daley has apologised for comments captured on video last year in which he claims young people are leaving Sydney and being replaced by foreigners who are "moving in and taking their jobs". Daley said it was a statement of fact that young people were moving out of Sydney because they could afford to live there and were being replaced by international workers, mainly from Asia.
I groaned as all the signs I had ignored collided like pieces of Tetris and sank deep into my gut. It was a Saturday afternoon and I was sitting in bed browsing through Bumble. I had been on this supposedly classier version of Tinder for about two weeks.
In the below video, Yang answers 11 of them in BuzzFeed 's idiosyncratic sarcastic style. Hers deftly reveals the flawed logic that so often informs racist thoughts. But her answers might be even better. They're not impenetrable.
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