No, most didn’t once she explained I was from taiwan mixed Korean and they understood and was even pleasantly surprised to meet me as they have never encountered people from east Asia. They def did not refer to me as the Chinese guy and I know enough Italian to know if they did. They were pretty respectful, although some did not like non Italian guys being with Italian women. It wasn’t just with an Asian thing. Most people really loved me and apparently I made a name for myself in the town where my girlfriend is from. It’s a small community and it was like everywhere I went they already heard about me and was feeding me so much food when I walked in. I made many friends who were very interested in us living in Taiwan and was happy to show me all the good things of Italy.
It’s about you @Mr.Lin. Although I do share some of your sentiment that Asian men can often be discriminated against without much thought. I made a point to be a interesting and outgoing person that people can enjoy being around. If someone really is going to notnlike me because I’m Asian. That’s on them. I mean are you interacting with people around you? I love going to local places and chatting them up. One shop even put up a 100nt bill in the front as their first Taiwanese customer. I really enjoyed my time there and meeting the people.
I know they are ignorant people out there. But what are you going to do? Go and change all their minds? I said it before and I said it again. You can’t control what other people think or do. But you have full control of how you think and act. So enjoy life, stop looking at all the negatives. I’m all of pushing equality and bringing social issues into light. But to have it affect your life in this way is not healthy.