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 Duet » Apr 27th, '06, 23:36

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Post by ms_anita » Jul 29th, '06, 22:42

I'm so confused on what I should pick....at first I saw the title and I was going to pick Taiwanese since I am mostly Taiwanese...but I don't count it as Chinese but yet I am part Chinese and part Burmese.....right I'm also American but that's not an ethnicity...

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Post by peachytwinkle » Jul 30th, '06, 02:11

I have European blood in me. :thumright:

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Post by Tomi » Jul 30th, '06, 22:10

I'm south/south-east Asian born in America. I have a pretty boring ethnic, lol. Mostly Bengali-Burman-Thai.

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Post by toxicity » Jul 31st, '06, 21:44

I'm European and French for nationality.
Belgium + German + French in my family.

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Post by kaname » Aug 3rd, '06, 00:18

as i stated elsewhere if America is the melting pot I am the stew.

Greek grandfather mothers side...Polish grandmother mothers side
Pinoy/Apache grandfather fathers side....Pinoy grandmother fathers side


8)

Japanese wife :-)
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Post by Neji-sama » Aug 3rd, '06, 00:36

Finnish and Gypsy.

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Post by xox-Beautifully-Broken-xo » Aug 3rd, '06, 00:44

I'm Chinese. ^^ Hehe, there are quite a lot of Chinese people here, ne? xP

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Post by [reila] » Aug 3rd, '06, 00:55

im from the middle east =D
egypt to be exact =)

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Post by dead_cute » Aug 3rd, '06, 00:56

im MONGOLIAN ..if you guys know what that is =_=

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Post by Catinka » Aug 3rd, '06, 01:21

i´m latinamerican pretty much a mixture of indegene and some spanisch and german genes

but i think it doesn´t matter at all we all are mixed together and we all are human,flesh and blood all the same!!

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Post by xhong » Aug 3rd, '06, 01:44

xox-Beautifully-Broken-xo wrote:I'm Chinese. ^^ Hehe, there are quite a lot of Chinese people here, ne? xP
^^ Well....another Chinese here.
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Post by angeizahoy » Aug 3rd, '06, 01:50

oh my, chinese is leading the way, LOLs

don't know how well this forum will work, because as you can see, there are people who are mixed. so i guess we'll see!

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Post by dyesan » Aug 3rd, '06, 03:47

In with the majority Chinese people here :lol
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Post by Fieryshadow » Aug 3rd, '06, 03:53

holy crap 2 year old thread :O

Chinese!! yay, too bad i cant speak / listen to mandarin... what a shame... cant read it either -.-

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Post by SacredCultivator » Aug 4th, '06, 16:07

Hehe, I am chinese (Mandarin) but some people think that I am like other races that are like way off.
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Post by L u z » Aug 4th, '06, 18:12

I'm latin with spanish and chinese blood (Not much though.) People often think that I am Filipino though.

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Post by littletony » Aug 5th, '06, 08:39

I am Vietnamese but I was born in Norway.. I'm extremely glad that I found this site, because finding Asian film/dramas are nearly impossible! (I hate renting because they're just crappy VHS)

Bless this site ^^.. I'm pretty new here, so I better check the recommendations-thread

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Post by sooji » Aug 7th, '06, 07:29

Chinese, cantonese speaking, and mandarin too. (As alost of asians do)
Living in Australia, used to be a fan of cantonese dramas, but after watching 1 korean drama, got totally hooked.... :thumright:

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Post by whowhatme » Aug 7th, '06, 07:35

looks like there r a lot of chinese ppl on! cool! :D i was born in china so i'm chinese.. but apparently i look japanese, cuz i'm in japan right now and everybody speaks to me in japanese at first.. but its ok as long as they dont speak too fast :unsure:

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Post by WaiWai85 » Aug 7th, '06, 18:55

100% Chinese born in Canada... All the FOBs call me a banana lol :glare: (metaphor intended... you'll get it once you think about it). hehehe

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Post by Sammystic » Aug 9th, '06, 15:23

I'm 50% german and 50% filipina with spanish influence.

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Post by Twinkling » Aug 10th, '06, 04:17

i'm Hmong..don't ask what it is..lol.

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Post by tracey_ » Aug 10th, '06, 18:55

seems like the majority is chinese and i'm one of them =]

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Post by WaiWai85 » Aug 11th, '06, 03:20

Twinkling wrote:i'm Hmong..don't ask what it is..lol.
honger + mongolian?

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Post by ksaz » Aug 11th, '06, 03:32

I'm spanish!!!!!!!!! :D
probably that is why i love this side, because without eng subs i wouldn't be able to watch my asian dramas and movies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Yea....im definately OTHER on that list..

Post by JohnnyNismo » Aug 11th, '06, 03:37

I'm a black guy from the USA...mixed with a lot of peoples...europeans and a couple native americans in the mix.

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Post by newguy » Aug 11th, '06, 03:53

Hispanic, Latino, Mexican American, or some other generic term for us of latin origin would be cool. But I'm not sure how helpful it would be considering I don't know many hispanics watching Asian programming much outside of my very small sphere of influence.

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Post by third1014 » Aug 12th, '06, 10:13

:lol Filipino... but mixed chinese... i have chinese blood... my great grandpa is pure chinese... and i hav a little spanish blood.... :roll
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Post by sakura_rin » Aug 12th, '06, 10:29

I'm European :-)

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Post by Zahra » Aug 12th, '06, 14:00

I'm chinese

but y isn't there American on the poll? :unsure:
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Post by prismatic_star » Aug 14th, '06, 19:45

Haha.
No south asians desi here on the poll?
FINE.

We're always forgotten. :unsure: But that's okay! It's kinda bizarre already for an indian girl like me to like asian TV in the first place.
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Post by elsiey » Aug 17th, '06, 23:07

Er... I voted Chinese, but maybe I'm really Southeast Asian, as I was born in that region and my parents were born there also... *shrugs* Bleh, too complicated. XD

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Post by JC » Aug 17th, '06, 23:56

I put Europe, but to be more specific: I'm black. I was born in the UK.

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Post by prototype84 » Aug 18th, '06, 00:08

I'm Taiwanese, but I guess you can just count me in with the majority as "chinese".. I was born and raised in America (soon to study abroad in Shanghai!!) so I'm not all political about my nationality.. if people ask me if I'm Chinese I say yes.. if they ask what ethnicity I am, I answer Taiwanese ^_^

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Post by the_spin0ff » Aug 18th, '06, 00:16

well, I'm only half Filipino, so maybe I should've put "other" as my choice :glare:

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Post by abceasyasml » Aug 19th, '06, 15:47

I'm Cambodian. I was actually surprised to not see it on there. Well, SE Asian, but you know what I mean. Oh well. ha ha

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Post by Mich-Chan » Aug 21st, '06, 09:44

I am a Filipino!!! No more... no less... ;)

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Post by PocketKiriyama » Aug 21st, '06, 09:59

I'm.....well im a basically a mutt
Cambodian 1/2
Chinese 1/4
Vietnamese 1/4

hmm...but I was born in Thailand

so what does that make me?????? :blink

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Post by luvhotohori » Aug 24th, '06, 03:05

i am hmong. my friend fan wu, he makes fun of my chinese when i try to say i'm sorry. but i don't blame him. my accent is not that good...yet... :D

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Post by Tao Libra » Aug 27th, '06, 03:11

"European" is not an ethnic group. "German" is an ethnic group. "Norwegian" and "Italian" and "Greek" are ethnic groups. Even on a broader geographic scale, there's a hell of a big difference between a Scandinavian European and a Mediterranean European. So why does the poll distinguish between, say, Japanese and Korean, yet lump all Europeans together?

Worse yet, the category "Other" is apparently left to cover an incredibly huge variety of people, well over half the world's population I'd estimate, some of whom — Africans and Native Americans, to cite just two examples — have far less in common than any two of the arbitrarily-differentiated Asians.

Furthermore, there's no option for "Mixed" — which I think probably applies to far more people than any of the options that were provided.

So since this poll is obviously the product of an astonishingly shallow world-view, I'll forego participation.
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Post by Soulja187 » Aug 27th, '06, 03:14

i was always get confused whats the difference between nationality and ethnicity...
all my uncles and aunts(including my mom and dad) were born and raised in Vietnam
but my grandparents from both sides were born and raised in China and moved to
Vietnam to have my uncles,aunts and parents....so wut would i b considered?
(born and raised in america)

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Post by Tao Libra » Aug 27th, '06, 03:46

Soulja187 wrote:i was always get confused whats the difference between nationality and ethnicity...
"Ethnicity" and "Nationality" are mostly the same thing, except that the former term includes your ancestors while the latter term applies only to you.

The primary definition of "ethnic" is:
pertaining to or characteristic of a people, esp. a group (ethnic group) sharing a common and distinctive culture, religion, language, or the like.
The common "culture" and "language" specifications are very important, and that's why "European" is not an ethnic group.
Soulja187 wrote:all my uncles and aunts(including my mom and dad) were born and raised in Vietnam but my grandparents from both sides were born and raised in China and moved to Vietnam to have my uncles,aunts and parents....so wut would i b considered?
(born and raised in america)
I would merely consider you an "American" — "Asian-American," if you wanted to be unnecessarily picky.

:D

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Post by Soulja187 » Aug 27th, '06, 03:50

lol thanks tao i no im asian american but i wanna no the specs if im chinese,vietnamese, or 100% chinese

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Post by Tao Libra » Aug 27th, '06, 03:55

Soulja187 wrote:lol thanks tao i no im asian american but i wanna no the specs if im chinese,vietnamese, or 100% chinese
Well, what language do your parents speak? (I mean primarily, since I imagine they probably know several.) If it's Vietnamese, you've probably got a good claim for being "Vietnamese-American." If it's Chinese, then you can say you're a "Chinese-American."

Or you could cover all the bases and say you're a "Chinese-Vietnamese-American."

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Post by Soulja187 » Aug 27th, '06, 04:07

Chinese...so yea i guessim mainly Chinese American....im ABC lol American Born Chinese

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Post by whisperss_57 » Aug 27th, '06, 15:53

lots of chinese ppl here..
YEH CHINAA
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Post by Soulja187 » Aug 27th, '06, 22:32

whos heard of the Long Jiang (village) called Tai Lam Shan? its a couple hour drive away from ShenZhen

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Post by Néa Vanille » Aug 28th, '06, 06:04

whowhatme wrote:looks like there r a lot of chinese ppl on! cool! :D i was born in china so i'm chinese.. but apparently i look japanese, cuz i'm in japan right now and everybody speaks to me in japanese at first.. but its ok as long as they dont speak too fast :unsure:
LOL, that doesn't prove a thing. I am very white (ethnically all Germanic), but when I am in Korea, people actually talk to me in Korean! Sometimes I will get the odd (usually young) person saying "hi" to me on the street and some Korean guys in nightclubs sometimes try to pick me up in English trying to impress me, but usually in restaurants, the subway, in convenience stores, the street, even when talking to police officers, people will try to talk to me in Korean!

It is very strange considering how desperately people want to learn English in Korea (and Japan as well.) I think most people in Korea and probably Japan are just so embarrassed to attempt using English that they try to avoid it at any cost.

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Post by ~`Hazel~ » Aug 30th, '06, 19:09

My ethnicity is European considering my ancestors are from Europe. I'm 25%Italian and 25%Irish. Thats all I know how much I am percentage wise. Other than that i'm French, German, and Swedish or Scotish. I'm pretty sure its Swedish though. I'm not really sure.

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Post by muknut » Sep 1st, '06, 15:47

CBC here... lol Canadian-Born Chinese

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Post by xlaiwongbaox » Sep 1st, '06, 18:01

BBC ;) so, chinese...
Whoa, there are so many "others"...I don't really understand what that option means.

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Post by deathstar550 » Sep 1st, '06, 18:54

Another full chinese here.
100% Chinese <-- 100% Han <--- 50% Kejia (Hakka), 50% Fujian (Fukien)
Born in Taipei, so I guess that's my hometown. :thumright:

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Post by homeboi19 » Sep 29th, '06, 13:55

xlaiwongbaox wrote:BBC ;) so, chinese...
Whoa, there are so many "others"...I don't really understand what that option means.
Watch the movie "The Others" then you'll know :lol :lol :lol :lol

Anyway, I'm PinoyBoi (Filipino) :salut:
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Post by Lan » Sep 29th, '06, 14:12

I live in the Netherlands, but I'm Vietnamese. ^^

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Post by slider5 » Sep 29th, '06, 18:29

Im chinese :cheers:

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Post by atxtomtom » Sep 29th, '06, 22:16

i'm viet for life.. pending my genetic surgery..

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Post by lolita637 » Oct 5th, '06, 11:22

african american.. half-nigerian :D
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Post by Keeper of hells gate2 » Oct 6th, '06, 08:45

I am an American

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Post by 20centuryboy » Oct 6th, '06, 09:40

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W...w...what? b...but, we haven't even been introduced yet!!!! :blink :blink :blink

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Post by berserk » Oct 6th, '06, 22:46

Ethnicity: Taiwanese (my ancestors lived in Taiwan since the Ming dynasty)
Nationality: American citizen

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Post by KingHussien » Oct 7th, '06, 22:42

I'm an American citizen and am half Egyptian, quarter Polish and quarter Ukranian.

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Post by fearspooky » Oct 7th, '06, 23:22

nationality: japanese citizen/ us citizen

ethnicity: more towards the japanese side.

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Post by supermann » Oct 8th, '06, 16:14

101%Chinese(Han)
Singapore
50% Teochew(Chaozhou)
50% Hokkien(Fujien)

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Post by Starlightkitty7 » Oct 10th, '06, 13:17

Umm.. I'm american...but my parents are Guyanese! ^__^
They're From Guyana.

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Post by purple73 » Oct 11th, '06, 17:48

No offence meant but I think the options are not comprehensive and rather vague between nationality and ethnicity. :salut:

Does the option of Chinese refers to China Chinese or any Chinese in any part of the world as long as their ancestors are from China? :scratch:

Does it means SE Asians refers to Thai, Malays, Indians, etc not mentioned like Vietnamese? :scratch:

Well, I'm a Singaporean(Nationality) Chinese(Ethnicity).
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Post by berserk » Oct 13th, '06, 06:35

purple73 wrote:No offence meant but I think the options are not comprehensive and rather vague between nationality and ethnicity. :salut:

Does the option of Chinese refers to China Chinese or any Chinese in any part of the world as long as their ancestors are from China? :scratch:
Yea, it can get confusing. Ethnicity/race was actually a 19th century concept developed by the European imperalists to classify (and therefore subjugate) their colonized masses. A couple hundred years ago, there was no such thing as the "Chinese people." The area of modern-day China was a land inhabited by hundreds of tribes with diverse cultures (much like Europe). But nowadays people just lump them all together into "Chinese" for the sake of convenience.

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Post by dayzi » Oct 13th, '06, 06:49

It is so confusing to compare ethnicity between one person to another. Like in america there is a lot of mix people so to differentiate them by asking what is your ethinicity is a very big question. They might be an american but they ethnicity can be portuguese or south american..

Nationality:- Malaysian

Ethnicity:- arab,malay deli, ibanese, chinese, bruneian,kayanese,punan,melanau but here in Malaysia they group it as Malay because my parents is muslim.

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Post by sveta » Oct 27th, '06, 09:13

I'm Eastern European, unfortunately. :-( I call myself Russian-Jewish, though in reality i'm Jewish by birth, and land i grew up in for first 8 years of my life was Russia. The next 13 years are spent in America. I don't like to group myself as caucasian or European. I'm not a stereotypical image of white first of all, and i'm Jewish, so not a stereotypical religion either. If anyone gets insulted by what i'm saying, notice the word i use, stereotypical.

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Post by BoX » Oct 30th, '06, 20:55

^ Hmmm, so whats wrong with being East European :scratch:
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Post by sveta » Oct 30th, '06, 21:32

LOL i'm not unique. You can find Eastern Europeans almost anywhere. I don't even look like a stereotypical Russian woman. If i could choose an ethnicity to be, it would be Asian, or i'd have blonde hair and blue eyes. And if its European, i think a lot of people group me into being Western European. I doubt they care whether or not i'm from West or East. But overall, Eastern European, not very unique.

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Post by Eziya Minamoto » Jan 23rd, '07, 02:56

As far as I know, I'm African American....My parents were born in Nigeria, and immigrated to America.
I am always around...Somewhere out there.

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Post by wai_muna » Jan 23rd, '07, 08:20

1/4 malay..1/4 indon...1/4 chinese..1/4 indi..huhuhuuhh...

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Post by Annessa » Jan 23rd, '07, 21:54

i am ethnically chinese. i was born in Thailand, raised in the US. my parents lived in Cambodia and Thailand for awhile... my grandparents came from China, and they still retain cultural ties.

i've always identified my ethnic background as Chinese... nationality, however, is different. i became a naturalized US citizen when i was 21, so i consider myself American also.

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Post by himenajima » Jan 23rd, '07, 22:15

Trinadadian /venezuelan/american :)
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