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You can usually find me with a camera in one hand and a pint in the other.Our Word of the Year choice serves as a symbol of each year’s most meaningful events and lookup trends.It’s funny: I’ve spent these past few years traveling around the world, trying to stay from America — yet it’s the only place where I feel truly accepted and like I belong.Any other travelers (Asian or not) have similar stories, or am I being overly sensitive? * To clarify, the desire for pale skin has been around for centuries and isn’t because it’s western; however, the fact that white girls are much paler doesn’t help but to increase the western adoration.*Note: This post was originally titled “Encountering racism abroad — or why I sometimes wish I was white”.
Caucasians are constantly sought out for gigs where all they have to do is speak a few lines of English in a commercial, or just sit with a product for an afternoon and look white.It doesn’t help that millions of Chinese travel to Paris to do their luxury shopping; on the Champs Élysées you’ll see mobs of Chinese tour groups all carrying bags upon bags of Louis and Chanel and I’m sure the already tourist-weary Parisians haven’t taken to the crowds too kindly. In Australia, I had a drive-by shouting where a man on a bike started spouting off a rant in the middle of a crowded shopping area because he thought my (white) friend and I were a couple.He nastily spewed out insults like, “Oh so you can’t get an Aussie girl, mate? In China, I encounter a great deal of hostility because I don’t speak fluent Chinese. ” I always respond the same way: “I’m from America. And it can be incredibly frustrating for the Asian-American traveler when people cannot separate ethnicity from nationality.
I once had a voice-over job offer rescinded because when the director saw me in person, she suddenly claimed my speech had a voice was exactly what she needed only a few minutes earlier. When I look in the mirror, I honestly do not see myself as Chinese (probably a psychological effect of growing up in a very Caucasian town and attending an even more Caucasian college).