What's your ethinicity??

Discuss about anything here that doesn't fit in the other categories. Just don't spam.

What ethnicity are you?

Korean
54
4%
Filipino
126
9%
Japanese
48
3%
Japanese
48
3%
European
246
17%
Chinese
308
22%
Other
283
20%
Vietnamese
175
12%
Southeast Asian
121
9%
 
Total votes: 1409

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Post by hippiez » Sep 3rd, '04, 06:35

I'm Indonesian :)

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Post by Kamuro_Ishigami » Sep 3rd, '04, 13:31

I'm German.

But my grandparents are from the USA.
My Grandmother and my uncle still live in the USA.

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Post by ironicwave » Sep 3rd, '04, 14:06

german/irish european here :D

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Post by guenny » Sep 3rd, '04, 16:14

haha even though i made my vote some time ago .... but his could be the right moment to make a post ^_^
I'm german

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Post by Kamuro_Ishigami » Sep 4th, '04, 10:28

@ guenni & ironicwave

I' m from NRW. My hometown is near the airport Münster/ Osnabrück.

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Post by Pegasus » Sep 4th, '04, 10:55

What catagory would someone fit in if he or she is 100% Teo Chow (Chinese), born in Vietnam, grew up in the Brooklyn, NY and now speaking multi-languages??? Well, some would answer Chinese, other would say Vietnamese. The American would say, it doesn't matter...as long as you have citizenship, you're an AMERICAN!!! :D

How's about asking what "nationality are you?" instead?

Me = 100% Chinese, :roll but can't read any complete Chinese sentences, just some characters! :P


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Post by venusling » Sep 4th, '04, 19:52

I'm chinese and south-east asian. :D

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Post by shi » Sep 4th, '04, 20:05

Je suis Vietnamese. ^^;

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Post by is2hyolee » Sep 6th, '04, 07:13

- Filipino/Chinese

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Post by pankanshe » Sep 7th, '04, 17:26

Chinesesy

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Post by Kizyr » Sep 8th, '04, 04:40

Ethnicity? Well I'm glad you're precise. Somebody asks "race" then I usually give them a number of answers to mess with their head.

Ethnically, I'm Bengali. My parents (back to my great-great-grandparents) are all from Bangladesh. I think I have one great-great-grandmother from Burma (father's father's father's father's wife), but that's it. I was born and raised in the great city of Nashville, Tennessee. I don't speak Bengali, but Spanish and Japanese instead. KF
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MUTT

Post by CamCam » Sep 8th, '04, 05:24

I'm a true blue (err......white) American. My ethnic background is a 6 mix.

Mom side: Mexican, Irish, German
Dad side: French, Italian

Both have Spanish also. Mom's dad is only one that speaks lang. other than english and that's spanish, both his rents out of Mexico.

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Re: MUTT

Post by AsianblueX » Sep 8th, '04, 06:58

CamCam wrote:I'm a true blue (err......white) American. My ethnic background is a 6 mix.

Mom side: Mexican, Irish, German
Dad side: French, Italian

Both have Spanish also. Mom's dad is only one that speaks lang. other than english and that's spanish, both his rents out of Mexico.
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Post by bikutaa » Sep 14th, '04, 16:19

where's HKnese??

parents from HK, so i'm HKnese~!! !!




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Post by audr3yz » Sep 14th, '04, 17:50

wat if im originally chinese, but i was born and grew up in indonesia?.. my grandparents migrated from china to indonesia.. so my parents also were born and lived in indonesia.. but i live in usa now..

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Post by Celestial_Maiden » Sep 15th, '04, 22:10

I am european. Greek to be more exact ^_^

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missing major ethnicities/groups

Post by Peacemaker » Sep 15th, '04, 23:14

How come no Black or Latino options? There should also be a muti-ethnic option.

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Re: missing major ethnicities/groups

Post by Kizyr » Sep 15th, '04, 23:44

Peacemaker wrote:How come no Black or Latino options? There should also be a muti-ethnic option.
I think it's because most people here are some form of East Asian. Or, whoever created the poll at least was. I had to just click 'other'. KF
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Post by ryuushin » Sep 16th, '04, 01:18

Chinese, French, Japanese here..

mostly chinese
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Post by saii06 » Sep 21st, '04, 00:15

Mom: chinese/viet
Dad: khmer

I speak khmer and understand viet. I think it would've been cool if my grandma had taught me mandarin chinese, but I guess my father chose to teach us khmer instead.
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Post by cartermariano » Sep 21st, '04, 00:32

I guess "Other" looks a lot better than "The Rest of The World" :P
I'm brazilian, but my family came from Spain and Italy. :roll

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Post by Ludde » Sep 22nd, '04, 16:38

I'm swedish

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Post by RuMxZ » Sep 28th, '04, 01:12

1/4 Chinese, 3/4 Khmer :mrgreen:
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Post by rainidy » Sep 28th, '04, 01:55

This site have a lot of diverse people. That's good. :)

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Post by aznrockerx » Sep 28th, '04, 03:12

wut u mean it seems 2 b domiated by chinese ppl

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Re: missing major ethnicities/groups

Post by shwap » Oct 10th, '04, 08:27

Peacemaker wrote:How come no Black or Latino options? There should also be a muti-ethnic option.

I am very sad indeed!
:cheers: Latinos need to be represented! :cheers:

We are the second largest pple in the world dammit... :stress: :cussing:

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Post by shwap » Oct 10th, '04, 08:28

...


BTW, I'm an Americanized Mexican to be exact he he :D

[born Mexican and migrated to the USA]

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Post by Ajatollah » Oct 11th, '04, 19:11

Half Chinese + Half Mexican (lot's of stuff here, French, Native Mexican, Spanish, Arab), family mexican culture, (forged living japanese culture because of work and firends), not much contact with my chinese side but hope to learn lots of it's culture soon. what a mess.... :blink
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Post by pink » Oct 14th, '04, 14:40

i am chinese from malaysian.

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Post by busyizzy » Oct 14th, '04, 17:30

Korean-American here. Born in the states, both parents are Korean though. ^^

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Post by slyph » Oct 14th, '04, 17:49

im just a crazy white boy.. guess not many of those that love k-dramas lol ^^;

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Post by lazymui » Oct 19th, '04, 04:04

baha im chinese...kool most people here are chinese.....lol, i figured they might have been korean..

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Post by ph3412 » Oct 19th, '04, 04:09

Taiwan represent!

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Post by bobdoedoe » Oct 19th, '04, 04:34

for some reason I just thought there would be more korean people, but it turns out that chinese rule the forums. Although there could be 10000 koreans seeding and dling but none of them read the forums =X

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Post by TofuBoi » Oct 20th, '04, 06:03

Chinese here, born and raised in Canada..........

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Post by monkeytheleo » Oct 20th, '04, 06:14

I'm filipino and spanish, but born and raised in Cali, knows how to party. California, knows how to party. . . In the ci-tyyyyyyyyyyy, of LA. City of LA. Now everybody welcome to the wild wild west . . . Tupac and Dre.

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Post by monkeytheleo » Oct 20th, '04, 06:16

Oh yeah, one more thing, I love how in the poll all Europeans are grouped together . . . LOL. Too bad for the UK being grouped w/ the Frenchies . . . LOL.

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Let us just say that the gates to The Oblivion are in Europe in the underground of Poznan City – try to guess where that is? 8)
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Post by huyie » Nov 1st, '04, 06:59

Australian-Vietnamese, here. born in australia, both parents viet

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Post by trana87 » Nov 4th, '04, 04:06

oh yeah man LET'S GO VIETS~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ :lol 8)

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Post by Genrou » Nov 4th, '04, 04:15

This maybe a shocker :crazy: , brace your selves, 100% Puerto Rican. Whats that you say :blink ?

Genrou :thumright:

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Post by manhleee » Nov 4th, '04, 05:31

I m Vietnamese, living in Australia and we loved Korean drama

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Post by koobie » Nov 4th, '04, 05:38

im chinese and vietnamese
more chinese than vietnamese
but i speak vietnamese but not chinese :glare:
dunno if you understand me hehe

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Post by hiro01 » Nov 4th, '04, 07:26

I'm Vietnamese. :P

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Post by purple^season » Nov 4th, '04, 11:01

HmmMmmm...
My grandparents are from china (which makes me chinese), born in southeast asia.. which makes me southeast asian.. and I live in north america...
does it mean my ethnicity is chinese? (I don't speak chinese though...) :glare:

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Post by Sore de? » Nov 4th, '04, 20:53

My family is originally from Spain but they move to Cuba and the to the United Sates in the 60's.

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Post by Mango001 » Nov 4th, '04, 21:01

I am American.

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Post by |sUiZiD| » Nov 4th, '04, 21:51

i am european, but i wish i were japanese^^

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Post by mienh » Nov 5th, '04, 20:32

went with other even though i'm from southeast asia. Mienh!!!!
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Post by blue_chocobo » Nov 5th, '04, 20:49

lol i;m a hybrid

1/4 japanese 1/4 korean 1/2 chinese

i speak chinese, almost speak korean and try to speak japanese

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Post by JadedAngel » Jan 27th, '05, 02:13

:lol Well I'm black American........and until today I was wondering whether I was the only one, until I found two other people. See? I learn new things up here everyday! :D

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Post by Moenyc2000 » Jan 27th, '05, 21:48

cool, i like the diversity. Im not asian or anything near asian, but I love the culture. :D
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Post by mtlandis » Jan 27th, '05, 22:12

GhstDreamer wrote: btw I don't think American is an ethnicity...lol...a nationality but defiiniitely not an ethinicity - unless maybe for a 5th generation American :P
LOL So since my family came over to the US in the 1700's then my ethnicity would be American? Ok I can deal with that. I have never even thought of myself as anything else.
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Post by ImpactBlue » Jan 28th, '05, 07:22

There should be a multi-racial option on there. Half Japanese and half Euromix here. That's what the American ethnicity will eventually be. Mix of just about any ethnic combination you can imagine.

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Post by Gieve » Jan 28th, '05, 09:57

Vietnamese, living in the US

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Post by DarReNz » Jan 28th, '05, 11:00

well i am malaysian chinese so i'll vote south east asian .....

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Post by Tika » Jan 28th, '05, 23:25

I'm African American :roll

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Post by baboisjjang » Jan 29th, '05, 05:24

only a few koreans on here >_<. where do koreans download dramas? am i missing something here?

seems like majority is chinese, well i know theres twdrama but is there vdrama? or like m(malaysian)drama? or do you guys mostly just watch jdrama or kdrama?

I thought this part of wiki about ethnic koreans was very interesting
East. In 1937, Stalin deported approximately 200,000 ethnic Koreans to Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, on the official premise that the Koreans might act as spies for Japan. There is also a separate ethnic Korean community in the Russian island of Sakhalin, where Koreans brought in by Japan as labourers were stranded after the island came into Soviet hands after World War II.

As of January 1, 1998, 1,123,200 ethnic Koreans lived in Uzbekistan, amounting to 4.7% of the total country's population.

Probably as a consequence of these ethnic ties, South Korea was the second import partner of Uzbekistan, after Russia, and one of its largest foreign investors. The car manufacturer Daewoo set up a joint venture (August 1992) and a factory in Asaka city, Andizhan province, in Uzbekistan.
I didn't know there were so many koreans in those highly arab countries. wonder what its like for them there. wouldn't it be weird to meet a korean from uzbekistan? i wonder if they know korean culture still? like do they speak korean and eat galbi and stuff. what a big world i guess you learn something new all the time.

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Post by kukuxumusu » Jan 29th, '05, 06:39

DarReNz wrote:well i am malaysian chinese so i'll vote south east asian .....
weeooo..im a malaysian too!!
weuhuuuu..but im not chinese..im malay(but mix wiv ceylon ,indonesian,malay,and pakistani) wot a hybrid....

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Post by MajidB » Jan 29th, '05, 12:46

Iraqi/Filipino, here.

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Post by ceppy » Jan 29th, '05, 12:53

SE asia

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Post by karenly » Jan 29th, '05, 21:53

well i dont know if anyone ever heard of this ethnicity but im hmong. it's asian but not really known in asia.
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Post by marit » Jan 29th, '05, 22:23

european 8)
and to be exact: estonian :-)

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Post by vajsav » Jan 29th, '05, 22:26

HAVE ya Heard of HMONG/Miao people?????? I quess not huh? Well, look in Chinese history cause history haven't been so nice to the Hmong people. You see Native American in U.S.A, well, yeah, we're like that in CHINA.
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Post by midnightblue » Jan 30th, '05, 00:06

I'm wondering if everybody realises that ethnicity is about cultural groups and not so much about race.

So for example a Sinoid person born and raised in Europe living as a European should probably fill in European and a Negroid person born and raised in Japan living as a Japanese Japanese.

I think it all depends on which group you feel in your heart you belong to the most.

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Post by Desiderata » Jan 30th, '05, 06:54

karenly: You're Hmong? That's awesome! Are you American-born, or did you immigrate? I know that they're not well known in most of the country, but some areas have pretty sizable populations of ethnic Hmong.

I should probably specify that we don't have large Hmong populations around here, though. I go to UNC (which has a summer reading program for all incoming freshmen), and the book my year was The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down. It got me interested in the Hmong. I do know that we have at least a couple Hmong students.

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Post by karenly » Jan 30th, '05, 17:47

Desiderata wrote:karenly: You're Hmong? That's awesome! Are you American-born, or did you immigrate? I know that they're not well known in most of the country, but some areas have pretty sizable populations of ethnic Hmong.

I should probably specify that we don't have large Hmong populations around here, though. I go to UNC (which has a summer reading program for all incoming freshmen), and the book my year was The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down. It got me interested in the Hmong. I do know that we have at least a couple Hmong students.
yea.. i'm american born... that book your talking about.. my sis read it and said its pretty intresting... and yes there are some areas with a large population of ethnic hmong but not really down here where i live
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Post by alvy » Jan 30th, '05, 18:18

My family is almost all Swedish, going back 400 years that we know of. Some Finns mixing it up on my mother's side 250 years ago or so, but that´s all... :-)

The whole asian population here sounds wonderfully fluid and chaotic. A little bit of everything in everyone. :D
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Post by SleepyBoi » Jan 30th, '05, 20:04

WoOt WoOt newest FILIPINO member here!!!

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Post by garnet07 » Jan 30th, '05, 20:18

Well im 85% Filipino and 15% Chinese. I was born in the Philippines, but came to America around 9yrs old and have been here since. Uhhh I haven't gone back for a visit for such a long time. How is it there now, I wonder? :w00t:
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Post by SleepyBoi » Jan 30th, '05, 20:29

garnet07 wrote:Well im 85% Filipino and 15% Chinese. I was born in the Philippines, but came to America around 9yrs old and have been here since. Uhhh I haven't gone back for a visit for such a long time. How is it there now, I wonder? :w00t:
Did you put your vote in for "Filipino"? anyway my question is...my grandmother on my mom's side was half-chinese ...so that means that my mom is 25% chinese right?.....so what does that make me? like 1% or something?? ke ke ke :roll

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Post by JadedAngel » Jan 30th, '05, 20:48

Moenyc2000 wrote:cool, i like the diversity. Im not asian or anything near asian, but I love the culture. :D
:lol That's the best way to be right? Asian in spirit, yeah?

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Post by jtlangel » Jan 30th, '05, 21:00

Wow.. a lot of chinese people... tehee.. i'm chinese too.

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Post by yakitori » Jan 30th, '05, 21:02

I'm Singaporean Chinese.

Lorac wrote: Well, if there are too many Chinese here why don't they volunteer to English sub some of those wonderful Chinese dramas ....

totally agree. Will some people please please help translate Cantonese shows to English? :-)

I'm Chinese but i don't understand Cantonese at all. I can barely read Chinese too (flunked it in high school) as my parents don't speak dialect or mandarin. If a series is in Mandarin, i'll understand half of it so i still need eng subtitles to fully understand the show.

I love Hong Kong tv series but cannot get most of them coz they're with Chinese subs (pointless for me coz i need to pause for a couple of minutes every line to read, then i probably won't understand half of it).

To the Chinese community, please please help!! :D

Really sorry if this is the wrong topic to post in.

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