If you travel to asia you will find racism is very overt. Even being darker skinned Asian is considered undesirable in the culture. People wear long sleeves in summer and go to the public pool after sun down to avoid tanning. Thus, pale is preferred. This dislike of darkness carries over to other cultures. Thus in the u. s. some Asian people still harbor this thinking. Luckily many people who have been in our melting pot culture have xhnaged their opinions. But this is the reason, whether you like it or not
I honestly couldn't tell you. Like we're I work at it was this blk guy and Asian girl holding hands but they go to this school. She was smiling to the point that you can see her teeth. I do don't know what it takes to be honest. Maybe it's how they were raised.
For one thing, standards of aesthetics very from culture to culture. In many parts of Asia, the people considered beautiful/handsome tended to be light-skinned. This meant status, since the well-off could stay indoors, and prosper, while low-paid laborers were darkened by the rays of the Sun.
Also, African-American men in the U. S. also tend not to be able to speak their language which harms the already low chances of acceptance by parents (esp. if traditionalist ones). So, why attempt a venture that is condemned to fail from the very beginning?
There are many more besides, but this is getting a bit too long.
I've never had a problem: ). But if we're speaking purely from a statistical standpoint I don't know. There are studies that show white make, with Asian female relationships are common. Asian make, with white female is rare. Same goes for black male, white fenale being common and white male, black female relationships less common.