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Or into the sexual objectification of Eurasian women?
Growing up in Hong Kong, Fiona Hartley (not her real name) had to walk up a steep hill every morning.
By the time this Eurasian teenager got to school, she would be sweaty and flushed, and her wiry brown hair would be a complete mess.
She used to look in envy at the Chinese girls walking by in their freshly pressed uniforms and their glossy black hair. " Hartley, now 24, laughs as she recalls those days.
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As a child, she was surrounded by cooing relatives and friends who would admire her more Caucasian features.
"They would comment on how fair my skin was," she remembers, "or say they wished the bridges of their noses were as high as mine." The legacy of colonial shame carried by previous generations of Eurasians has long since disappeared from the public imagination.
Beauty is one of the most pervasive stereotypes about Eurasian females.
But at what point does a healthy admiration for Eurasian features turn into a loathing of one’s own monoracial looks?