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“Mum Jamaican, Dad British. I grew up with both cultures kinda prominent in my life. I have my own battles and crisis going on but I don’t think it stems from being mixed race, I think it stems from maybe ambition, social economic background perhaps and being quite a spiritual person & quite self reflective.
I probably do have issues but choose to switch off from it…I grew up eating West Indian food, listening to West Indian music in Bexley, which is a predominantly white. I went to an all girls mainly white school, it probably reflects in my voice.
Growing up I did stick out, I don’t know whether it was mixed or because I was tall, well spoken or introverted. I love people but I often get tired and overwhelmed, but fascinated by what makes people tick. I suppose people did wanna touch my hair…from the white side of my family, I wasn’t put on a pedestal but I received comments like “oh you’re beautiful"…I suppose people want to make you feel special…they worry maybe when you have a mixed kid.I hung around with a mixed race group of girls from school…I’ve had friends from different groups. I guess I gravitate towards people who think for themselves and are quite individual. I think I’m quite open…I have an idea of what I want in a person and maybe I just need to dig a little deeper to find that. (Younger)The boys were often like, “I don’t like you, you don’t have blond hair and blue eyes”. I suppose my defence mechanism was well I don’t give a f*** in ten years time you’ll be chasing me anyway. I think that was the attitude, drummed into me by my mother, my favourite person in the world.
I love being me, I have my own insecurities that I think come from more of who I am as a person, rather than my race because I’m more than just my body.
I think there’s just more and more of us, people are just gonna have to get used to it…along the line somewhere…everyone is mixed.
You get exposure to different cultures on a deeper level and I think that’s enriching. I’ve come from a loving family background with both cultures prominent…I know who I am, I can see where it is difficult for others, for me it’s actually been a privilege.”
French | Chinese “I moved around alot when I was growing up. From France to Indonesia to Hong Kong to the States. In Miami where I lived for 5 years everyone thought I was a local because I look Venezuelan, because I look Cuban, Colombian, Hawaiian. I look anything that is South American basically because they are such a mixed race people. People automatically assumed I spoke Spanish. I would say I fully started to embrace my mixture in my early working life, my early 20s. I wasn’t necessarily getting social validation from it but I was always proud to be half French half Chinese and going back to Hong Kong where I had grown up originally was a big part of re embracing my Chinese roots to begin with which are the core. I grew up in a very French environment in terms of education and language but in a Chinese context because I was in Hong Kong. My mum is very Chinese and we grew up with Chinese food at home so still very close to the Chinese culture but from a very western way of doing things.
Living in mainland China in my early 20s as part of uni, they have a term for a mixed race child which is Hùnxuè'ér - literally meaning mixed blood child. From hearing a lot of stories especially in the U.S around mixed race black and white kids who are ostracized by both sides, I decided to do some anthropological research on what it is to be mixed race in Asia. I discovered that actually the Chinese have an expression, ‘mixed race people are as beautiful as they are intelligent’. Basically they are revered as demi-gods and I remember all the taxis when I mentioned it to people were always so amazed saying that I was the best of both worlds, that mixed race people were all so beautiful and so intelligent. And so that was a really interesting you know perception seeing that in China, they are perceived totally differently than in mainstream American culture. That was a really big turning point in my life. It was like, oh cool im part of this new super race!”