Soo, what are you?

Christian Sandoval,
Los Angeles, CA.

I’m half Asian half Caucasian, but people always mistake me for other races and I honestly don’t have a problem with it. I think people are genuinely just curious for the most part. I grew up in South America for a large part of my life and when I moved to the U.S I did not know where to fit in. I felt like I wasn’t accepted by the people from my Asian culture. It taught me how to assimilate to other cultures and I have learned so much from other cultures.

shout out to CBU HIS311

 

Soo, what are you?

Christian Sandoval,
Los Angeles, CA.

I’m half Asian half Caucasian, but people always mistake me for other races and I honestly don’t have a problem with it. I think people are genuinely just curious for the most part. I grew up in South America for a large part of my life and when I moved to the U.S I did not know where to fit in. I felt like I wasn’t accepted by the people from my Asian culture. It taught me how to assimilate to other cultures and I have learned so much from other cultures.

shout out to CBU HIS311

Soo, what are you?

Christian Sandoval,
Los Angeles, CA.

I’m half Asian half Caucasian, but people always mistake me for other races and I honestly don’t have a problem with it. I think people are genuinely just curious for the most part. I grew up in South America for a large part of my life and when I moved to the U.S I did not know where to fit in. I felt like I wasn’t accepted by the people from my Asian culture. It taught me how to assimilate to other cultures and I have learned so much from other cultures.

shout out to CBU HIS311

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