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It is not a troll or I do not mean to offend any people, but I am curious.
Can non white people from a western country be called a western people?
I mean Is an Asian man (or black) born and raised in USA a western man?
Be Aware who you are talking to.
Two men share this ID, who are Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
Yes; for example, an Asian American is very different than an Asian person living in Asia. Asian Americans act and talk like Americans, not Asians! That's why it's such a culture shock for Asian Americans when they go back to their country of origin. It happened to me--the first time I went back to South Korea. Yet, strangely enough, even though I was an outsider in many ways in that country, I felt more 'Korean' and comfortable in my own skin than when I was back home in the United States. I've never really felt comfortable being an Asian in America, ever since I was young. I wonder...do other Asian Americans feel this way, too?