Asian-American men less likely to date interacially. Who you date - as well as who you marry - is one of the most intensely personal decisions someone makes.
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Hardy Kim is a second generation Korean-American. From an early age, he was told he needed to marry a Korean woman. So naturally, he rebelled.
Marriage rates across the U. But Asian-American women are twice as likely as their male counterparts to marry outside their race. He said that if you look at marriage from a traditional standpoint, many people have viewed it as a way to become more economically successful — or at least, stable.
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Asian-American men are second only to black women for having the lowest rates of interracial marriage. Le thinks at least part of this is due to pervasive cultural stereotypes. You know them: Asian-American men are at best nerdy, at worst, neutered or not masculine enough. And then he cited research that actually quantifies this.
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Hardy did end up marrying someone straight from Korea — but they met here, while they were both studying in Chicago. The children have Korean and American names.
Prateek Srivastava is a standup comedian. He grew up in Lombard but now he lives in Logan Square. Once, he and a girlfriend were talking about movies of their childhood, and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom came up. I mean, most Indians are vegetarian.
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I asked Prateek if it would be easier if he dated an Indian girl or another Asian - or if his parents expect him to end up with an Indian. But the women he dates assume they have.
Forget putting just all South Asians into one group. Outside of this country, people of nationalities like Japanese or Indian or Korea would never think of themselves all as being put into one big category. This is naturally reflected in marriages here, where Koreans are less likely than Japanese or Indian people to marry outside their ethnic groups.
Yang says Asian-American identity usually starts in college, where many Asians — he jokingly refers to the University of California schools as the Historically Asian colleges — tend to congregate.
That kind of commonality is even playing itself out in marriage data: of Asian-Americans marrying other Asian-Americans. Researchers call it inter-ethnic Asian marriage. He lives in Schaumburg, where he grew up.
Norm sort of listens. His younger brother married outside their race — as did many of his cousins.
Norm says that does put more pressure on him. The data looking at Asians marrying other Asians is just a few years old. But if people like Norm Leong are well, the norm, it could continue.