|Articles, Asian Diaspora, Autobiography, Media Archive, United States on 2017-04-13 22:06Z by Steven|
City On A Hill Press
Santa Cruz, California
I was in third grade when I realized I was biracial. “Please Select One,” I was instructed as I stared down at the race identity section of the STAR test, the tip of my pencil hovering back and forth over circles marked “Asian” and “White.”
The divide of my identity had never before been presented to me so blatantly. Deciding to leave both bubbles blank was no solution to the conflict that would become a personal obsession throughout my life. Biologically, I am both. Racially, I am neither. Culturally, I am confused…
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