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Schools for children of migrants are often unofficial or unrecognized by the state, and were established as a response to the education void created by the decades-long household registration or hukou system. A person's hukou entitles them to social services in their birthplace, meaning millions of Chinese who have migrated from rural areas to cities have been denied rights to urban public services. Reforms to the hukou system come after heavy criticism that it has aggravated a deep social divide in China. The changes could pave the way for up to 70 million children of migrant workers left behind in villages to join their parents in cities. Six years after China implemented what is often called the one-child policy, I arrived — a second child to a Chinese family.
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The admonition was the same. Growing up in a Chinese-American household with images of glamorous Asian film stars and singers with their smooth, milky complexions, I thought it made sense. I was surrounded by aunts, uncles, and cousins who made a point of protecting their skin from summer rays with hats and the high SPFs—for my family, it was the norm, and I accepted it without comment. But as I grew older in a primarily Caucasian community, as I became more exposed to the world outside of my family, I started noticing differences between them and us.
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Who Are Asia's Most Influential Female Bankers?
PDF Page 1 of 13 No region in the world has more women in positions of power and influence in finance than Asia. Banking in Asia is firmly male territory — not least due to the casino-like trading mentality still prevalent in many pockets of the region. No wonder then that men still dominate securities in Asia like stock-, bond- and foreign exchange trading as well as rainmaking areas like mergers-and-acquisitions. By contrast, wealth management was long in the shadows — and women quickly made inroads.
I was born in Taiwan and lived in Japan until I was eight-years-old. When my family moved to Oregon, we lived pretty much in isolation regarding other APIs. Social media allows people to call out racism more easily and to find community and kinship as multiple races. After she passed away, writing about the grieving process got too painful so I paused for a couple of years.
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