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- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
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I don’t mean this in the traditional sense, but if your looking to be an activist, then return to China and take some action, and do your research. Carolina hurricanes rainbow pride LGBT shirt You may make a difference, or be arrested and tourtured. Yup I was gonna say this. So proud of Taiwan being so progressive and being the only country in Asia to pass legalisation of Same sex marriage
Carolina hurricanes rainbow pride LGBT shirt
But the Chinese gvt will do it secretly. If she became an activist in China, she will Pbly get imprisoned, or maybe get her organs taken away. Why do you think there are so many organ transplant surgery in China with so little population donating their body. Korea is a very homophobic country. This afternoon i were walking on the street hand by hand with my husband in Porto Portugal and heard some negative comments and facescs when we passed by a group of Korean tourist. Carolina hurricanes rainbow pride LGBT shirt I’m always sad when people give up and just use Americanized names. Especially when they prefer their real names. Always introduce yourself as what you prefer to be called and give people a chance to try.
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First of all, there is an entire culture of Chinese and Taiwanese individuals especially in the LGBT community that specifically use English names and it has nothing to do with “giving up,” and everything to do with reclaiming your own identity. My friend who is a grad student from Taiwan actually wrote an entire dissertation on it, “What’s in a Name? An Analysis of LGBTQ Identity and Development of Self-image in Taiwan Through English Renaming.” Even if people decide to use Americanized names, who are you to judge? It sucks for Asian young people to have their names constantly butchered and mocked, along with being bullied for being Asian. Damned if you do, damned if you don’t. You should let people do what they feel the most comfortable with.
She probably uses her Chinese name with people she’s most comfortable using it with. It’s not so much sadness for us as it is pure frustration over what comes down to a linguistic situation. Some people just can’t hear/replicate sounds they didn’t grow up having to use and that goes both ways. There’s really no shame in that and picking an Anglo or abbreviated name isn’t unusual when you decide to work in a country where you need to pick up another language.