Where are interracial marriages most common? See where the US Census Bureau reports the highest rates of Asian/white unions, as well as marriages in with multiracial spouses.
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As 2011 draws to a close, I’m reflecting back on a wonderful year with all of you. Thank you for helping to make this little corner of the Internet the space that it has grown to be. I thought it would be fun to look back at the most popular posts of the year
Soccer Mom? Who, me? Grace tells about the surprising role of sports for her family in a new parenting anthology “Mamas and Papas”, available at City Works Press and Amazon.com. If you’re in So Cal, check it out at the San Diego Book Fair Saturday Oct.2!
As a second-generation Asian American, my relationship to my heritage feels tenuous sometimes. When I live in a neighborhood without a large Asian population, haven’t spoken Taiwanese or Mandarin on a regular basis in years, and then there’s the whole interracial marriage thing. As much as I might neglect my roots, some things are hardwired.
I was thinking the Karate Kid remake might be a fun movie to take my kids to see this weekend. A bit of Hollywood fluff to start off the summer —especially with one boy who’s already a yellow-stripe, and another one who’s been asking to try martial arts.
HapaMama’s son is a Chinese School Dropout… and why that could be a good thing.
If you have mixed-race children, what do you do when forms require you to choose just ONE race?