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The history of the treatment of Hmong people by the Chinese led the Hmong man’s parents to feel doubtful about their son’s relationship.
However, soon after getting to know his girlfriend, his parents changed their views. Although it is totally in our American normative view that interracial relationships aren’t that big of a deal, it’s sobering to think that hesitancy to change still affects people in 2018.
Dinga also brought up the idea of colorblindness, an ideology in which people claim they do not “see” race.
The funny thing is, we always hear this concept about people of color by white people and never from a white person to another white person.
While Dinga had a positive experience, the student panel exposed some of the reluctances their families had with multiracial relationships.
One of the things I didn’t necessarily realize at first was that this behavior within the South East Asian communities is not solely based on race, which was my original belief. This was brought to attention when I learned one of the student panel couples consisted of a Chinese woman and a Hmong man.
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When they arrived, they were unable to enter the house.
Open discussions about race and navigating distinct cultures in relationships rang true to the audiences that day, bringing forth the mission to bridge the cultural gap on this issue to an enriching conclusion.
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