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On Being Black in China

While China is officially home to 55 ethnic minority groups, the Middle Kingdom is far more ethnically homogeneous than the United States. Han Chinese make up 91.59 percent of the population, and the majority of the remaining 8.41 percent are visually indistinguishable from their Han counterparts. In part due to this difference, race and nationality are often conflated in China. A white foreigner is likely to be called laowai, or “old foreigner,” while a black foreigner is more likely to be described as heiren, or “black person.”
Read more. [Image: Marketus Presswood]

theatlantic:

On Being Black in China

While China is officially home to 55 ethnic minority groups, the Middle Kingdom is far more ethnically homogeneous than the United States. Han Chinese make up 91.59 percent of the population, and the majority of the remaining 8.41 percent are visually indistinguishable from their Han counterparts. In part due to this difference, race and nationality are often conflated in China. A white foreigner is likely to be called laowai, or “old foreigner,” while a black foreigner is more likely to be described as heiren, or “black person.”

Read more. [Image: Marketus Presswood]

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Jay-Z and Marina Abramović at his epic “Picasso Baby” show
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Jay-Z and Marina Abramović at his epic “Picasso Baby” show

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Did you know that Chinese dragons have 5 toes?  If it has fewer than 5 it is from another country.  True thing.

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