Opinion: American-born Chinese woman ‘goes back to China’ to escape U.S. racism and finds a different experience of discrimination
"I had believed that spiriting myself to Hong Kong would mean that I wouldn’t have to face racial discrimination anymore," writes Crystal Chen. "Bewitched by the possibility of transcending the racial totem pole, I only later realized that I had merely relocated to the top, and the view wasn’t what I expected."
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