Monday, November 9, 2009


Before moving to my current city, I was constantly the token Asian.  I always wanted to be the same as everyone else: golden skin, blond hair and blue eyes.  

I went to the tanning salon, purchased honey highlights and even dawned a pair of blue contacts. But eventually I realized that I can't change who I am.  I am ethnic; I am Chinese; And I need to embrace my culture and my look.  

There are so many beautiful women in the world, each with her own ethnicity.  If they can embrace themselves for who they are, so can I.

Here are some of these beautiful, ethnic women:

Miss Universe 2007, Riyo Mori

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Indian actress Aishwarya Ray

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Brazillian Model Adriana Lima

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Amerasian Actresses Maggie Q, Stephanie Jacobsen and Lindsay Price


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  1. I love Lindsay Price! She's so pretty

  2. Ahhh ethnic beauties. I love these girls!

    Thanks for the LA tips! I'm so excited!!!


  3. hell yeah. My daughter is half white half mexican she has beautiful brown eyes and dark brown hair, and she is beautiful and perfect the way she is. embrace the look that God up above gave you and don't ever try to be something that you aren't.

  4. Amy V: wow sounds like your daughter is very beautiful. Didn't you put up her pic on one of your posts? If I remember correctly, she was adorable.

  5. great post! i love lindsay price and stephanie jacobsen! all these women are gorgeous:)

  6. lindsay price is the gorgeous! i loved watching lipstick jungle alot!! and she was super cute all the time!

  7. Yay, great post! I totally felt the same way as you growing up, but now I live in an Asian dominated city and now I get made fun of for not being Asian enough! Just can't win I guess eh :p

  8. I'm so glad you guys liked this post. All the women are so gorgeous and talented.

    Miss J: LOL. How Asian is "Asian enough" anyway? But yea you are right, I have been to your current town a couple years ago. We had the BEST dim sum there!

  9. Wooow, all lovely ladies!! Great post!


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