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What do the French think of Asian people? First, I wanted to commend you on your wonderful blog!

What do the French think of Asian people?

I love returning to the site to see what new information you have to offer us. Les Espaces d'Abraxas (Social Housing Scheme) by Ricardo Bofill. Ricardo Bofill (Taller de Arquitectura) 1978-83 Continue to page 2.

Les Espaces d'Abraxas (Social Housing Scheme) by Ricardo Bofill

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We like having newcomers around here and hope you'll stay around and contribute. To make things easier for you, here are some tips for contributing and ways to make reading the wiki suit your style a little better. open/close all folders Spoiler Covering, Folder Preference, and Link Highlighting To choose whether you want to browse the wiki with spoilers on or off, with folders open or closed by default, and with links normal or highlighted, go to your profile page . . Basic Navigation The standard TV Tropes layout has a toolbar at the top of each page and an expanding menu on the left side.

. — see Getting Known, below, for details. The Main Toolbar Google Custom Search is at the top. Getting Known. The Rise of Intermarriage. Rates, Characteristics Vary by Race and Gender By Wendy Wang Executive Summary This report analyzes the demographic and economic characteristics of newlyweds who marry spouses of a different race or ethnicity, and compares the traits of those who “marry out” with those who “marry in.”

The Rise of Intermarriage

The newlywed pairs are grouped by the race and ethnicity of the husband and wife, and are compared in terms of earnings, education, age of spouse, region of residence and other characteristics. This report is primarily based on the Pew Research Center’s analysis of data from the U.S. Key findings: The increasing popularity of intermarriage. More Asian-Americans Marrying Within Their Race. Asians Now Largest Immigrant Group in Southern California. Who counts as Asian? (Or, the social construction of race and the continents) So the two on the left are Asian, and the one on the right is white?

Who counts as Asian? (Or, the social construction of race and the continents)

Via Boston.com A few days ago I was flipping through my RSS feeds when this title came to my attention: Asian Guys Arrested in Boston Marathon Bombing The “Asian guys” referred to Azamat Tazhayakov and Dias Kadyrbayev, the two students from Kazakhstan who were charged with allegedly helping Boston marathon bombing suspect Dzokhar Tsarnaev dispose of evidence. Chinese diaspora in France. The Chinese diaspora in France consists of people of Chinese ancestry who were born in or immigrated to France.

Chinese diaspora in France

Population estimates vary, ranging from 600,000 to 700,000 as of 2010[update].[1] Though they form a small part of the Chinese diaspora, the Chinese diaspora of France represents the largest overseas Chinese community in Europe (if excluding Russia) with the UK following second at around 400,000. History[edit] 17th century[edit] The first record of a Chinese man in France is Shen Fo-tsung in 1684, and soon after Arcade Hoange, also known as Huang Jialü (1679-1716). He was brought back by Jesuit missionaries to the Versailles court of the Sun King in the late 17th century, and oversaw a collection of manuscripts sent as a gift from the Chinese emperor Kangxi.[2] World War I[edit] China–France relations. China–France relations, also known as Sino-French relations or Franco-Chinese relations, refers to the interstate relations between China and France (Kingdom or later).

China–France relations

Note that the meaning of both "China" and "France" as entities has changed throughout history; this article will discuss what was commonly considered 'France' and 'China' at the time of the relationships in question. There have been many political, cultural and economic relationships between the two countries. History[edit] 17th and 18th centuries[edit] Gender FR-US. L'Europe et l'immigration. Les lycéens interpellent les politiques. Lycéens certes, mais citoyens surtout: jeudi 7 novembre, à l'Assemblée nationale, des élèves de trois établissements de Seine-Saint-Denis ont démontré que la politique n'est pas réservée aux adultes. Après un premier épisode dédié à la question du logement au mois d'octobre, le débat organisé par le think tank EuropaNova était cette fois consacré à un thème d'une actualité brûlante: l'Europe doit-elle être une forteresse?

Conviés à répondre à la question, le député européen Philippe Juvin, de l'UMP, et le député socialiste de Paris Christophe Caresche. Les deux hommes, habitués des débats de haut niveau, ont d'abord débattu ensemble, avant de répondre aux questions des lycéens. Des interpellations qui les ont surpris par leur pertinence. Voici les meilleurs moments de ces échanges. France's first black newsreader says country is blighted by 'deep-seated racism'

Harry Roselmack furious after monkey chants were aimed at black ministerMr Roselmack became first non-white TF1 presenter in 2006 after president Jacques Chirac urged media to hire more ethnic minority journalists By Peter Allen PUBLISHED: 20:16 GMT, 5 November 2013 | UPDATED: 20:24 GMT, 5 November 2013 France’s first black newsreader today launched an outspoken attack on the country, saying it is blighted by ‘deep-seated racism’. It was not until 2006 that Harry Roselmack finally became the only non-white presenter on TF1, the Gallic equivalent of BBC1.