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Demographics of Asian AmericansIntermarriage rates for Asians. PEW Research Center, both male and female.
Released: April 4, 2013
The Rise of Asian Americans
Updated Edition, April 04, 2013
updated as of Nov. 2011
A portrait of couples in mixed unions by Anne Milan, Hélène Maheux and Tina Chui
Mixed unions in Canada
The proportion of mixed unions varied by visible minority groups
Some visible minority groups have a greater tendency to be in mixed unions than others (Table 1). In 2011, Japanese were by far the most likely to be in a conjugal relationship with a person from another group. Of the 32,800 couples in which at least one person was Japanese, 78.7% involved a spouse or partner who was not Japanese. Latin Americans (48.2%) and Blacks (40.2%) were the second and third most likely visible minority groups to form mixed unions.
In contrast, the two largest visible minority populations in Canada, South Asians and Chinese, had the smallest proportions of couples involving a spouse or partner from outside their group, at 13.0% and 19.4% respectively.
Size, demographic and ethnocultural composition, geographic distribution, number of generations and years spent in Canada, along with other characteristics, could all contribute to explain the variation in the mixed unions among visible minority groups.
For instance, whilst only six percent of Chinese males and 13 percent of Chinese females married outside their ethnic group within the first immigrant generation, 69 and 73 percent of those in the third generation did so (Khoo, Birrell and Heard 2009)
Of the 120,118 marriages recorded in 2009 about forty-two percent involved at least one partner who was not Australian born. Fifteen percent of Australian-born women, and seventeen percent of Australian-born men, married somebody who was not Australian-born. Women born in America (68%), Greece (62%) and Ireland (62%) were the most likely to marry and Australian-born man. The least likely women to marry Australian-born men were women born in India (12%), China (16%), and South and Central Asia (16%). American (63%), Lebanese (62%) and Irish-born (62%) men were the most likely to marry an Australian-born woman. Chinese (2%), 'other North Asia' (7%) and Vietnamese-born (8%) men were the least likely to marry an Australian-born women. Chinese-born men were the most likely to marry a woman from the same country (91%). Mixed Marriage…Interreligious, Interracial, Interethnic By Dr. Robert H. Schram
Ethnic compositional differences in the Asian populations are expected to further contribute to lower exogamy among Asians in Canada as previous research have shown that some groups such as US Chinese and Asian Indians have lower intermarriage rates (Lee and Fernandez, 1998). Almost 80% of Canada's Asian population is of either Chinese (41%) or South Asian/Asian Indian (36%) origins (Statistics Canada, 2003).
The majority of Asian couples are endogamous - about 80% of US Asian couples and 92% of Canadian Asian couples.
Fifty-two percent of US-born Asian wives are intermarried compared with 43% of husbands (comparable figures for the Canadian-born are 44% and 41%, respectively)
Percent intermarried by Asian ethnicity, nativity and gender, US 2000 and Canada 2001
Chinese All Husbands and Wives Total (US): 13.6%
Chinese All Husbands and Wives Total (CAD): 6.4%
Chinese Total Husbands (US): 10.3%
Chinese Total Wives (US): 16.8%
Chinese Total Husbands (CAD): 5.4%
Chinese Total Wives (CAD): 7.4%
Chinese and Asian Indians are less likely to intermarry (US)
Filipinos and Southeast Asians in Canada are also more likely to intermarry while Chinese, Koreans and South Asians are less likely.
Discussion and Conclusion
As previously noted, the Asian population in Canada is a larger proportion of Canada's population, is more concentrated geographically, and is dominated by two ethnic groups (Chinese and Asian Indians) that have lower exogamy rates than other Asian ethnic groups.
The results in Table 1 indicate that Chinese and East Indian immigrants show the highest percentage of endogamy among all 1.5 generation Asian immigrant groups (76.6% and 63.5%). One possible explanation may be that although Chinese parents can tolerate their children having a casual date with a Caucasian, it is still disapproved of, especially when marriage becomes a possibility (Weiss, 1970).
DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION
Both 1.5 and second generation Chinese immigrants appear to be the most unlikely group to choose exogamy in all models. Studies have found that when Chinese immigrant children are choosing a spouse, Chinese parents know that they cannot “impose their choices on their children, nor can they realistically expect to veto particular candidates put forward by their children, but they do continue to exercise the role of facilitator through their own social network” (Ikels, 1985, 258).
A study by Lee and Boyd (2008) compared levels of endogamy for Asians in the United States and in Canada on the basis of the 2000 U.S. census and the 2001 Canadian census. Results indicated that overall rates of endogamy were about 80% for Asian American couples and 92% for Asian Canadian couples.
Whereas exogamy was quite high for the Japanese (41% in the United States and 49% in Canada, it was much lower for individuals of Chinese (14% in United States and 6% in Canada) and South Asian (9% in the United States and 5% in Canada) ancestries.
Milan and colleagues (2010) used data from the 2006 Canadian census and reported a number of statistics illustrating that the norm of endogamy is strong, at least along racial lines.
Among visible minority groups, the Japanese, particularly second-generation Canadians, were most likely to intermarry. Chinese and South Asians, the two largest visible minority groups in Canada, had the lowest proportions of exogamy, thus providing indirect evidence for a propinquity effect; given the geographic concentration of large numbers of Chinese and South Asian immigrant families in urban centres, they would have ample opportunities to meet a prospective partner from their respective ethnic groups.
Chinese Canadians who had spent more of their lives in Canada, therefore, were more likely to be open to the norms of that society, but they still maintained stable levels of identification with their heritage culture (see Cheung, Chudek, and Heine 2011).
For Asians, in both the Canadian and US samples, we identify 7 subgroups based on self- reports to the census question on race: (1) Chinese, (2) Japanese, (3) Filipino, (4) Korean, (5) South Asian (Indian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan, etc.), (6) other Asian (mostly Southeast Asians and individuals who reported multiple Asian groupings); and (7) Asian-white mixed race.
Chinese and South Asians account for nearly two-thirds of the Asian population in Canada, but just one-quarter in the US.
Table 5 replicates Table 4 for Asians. As in Table 4, we do not find a cross-country difference in the prevalence of interracial union for Asians when cross-country differences in individual- and community-level factors are taken into account. There are large differences among subgroups of Asians. More precisely, Japanese, Filipino, and Koreans have higher rates of interracial union with whites than Chinese (the reference group in the model).
Percentages of the Six Largest Asian Ethnic Groups who are Married to . . .=========================Articles=========================
Husbands - Chinese 77.6% Other Asians 13.0%
Wives - Chinese 72.9% Other Asians 11.9%
Husbands - Filipinos 75.6% Other Asians 9.4%
Wives - Filipinos 55.6% Other Asians 6.9%
Husbands - Koreans 86.4% Other Asians 9.2%
Wives - Koreans 62.6% Other Asians 6.7%
Editor’s Note: The following is a question and answer between reporter Karen Ye and Dr. Larry Hajime Shinagawa, Executive Director of New World Research Institute, a non-profit think tank focusing on research on new immigrants to the United States. Among his research areas are intermarriage, multiracial identity, and Asian American culture and community. He is former director of Asian American Studies at the University of Maryland at College Park and director of the Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity and Associate Professor of the Sociology Department of Ithaca College.AsianDate Helps Members identify the Difference Between Filipina and Chinese Women
Q: So what are the patterns today?
A: Very few Chinese American men intermarry, and when they do, it is in the 2nd generation and beyond, overwhelmingly with white and Asian females. Every generation of Chinese American women has a substantially greater tendency to intermarry into the white population and other Asians. Very few marry racial minority men.
Q: Doesn’t that show that Chinese Americans prefer to marry whites?
A: Not really. If we control for population size, we get the probability or “preference” to marry someone. The figures show that Chinese American men and women are significantly more willing to marry another Chinese or Asian than a white.
AsianDate, the popular online dating service that helps single men from across the globe connect with beautiful and enchanting Asian women, has shared some fascinating facts about Filipina and Chinese women. The portal highlights the key differences between women from these two Asian countries so that single men trying to woo them online know what to expect.Chinese-Americans Find Love on Specialty Dating Site
“Apart from the different languages they speak, Filipino and Chinese women are poles apart in many other aspects,” says the Chief Communications Officer for AsianDate, Lawrence Cervantes. “Filipina women are comfortable with the idea of dating online and looking for a potential partner on the internet. Chinese women are more cautious when it comes to dating online and getting acquainted with men from the West.”
Founded in 2010, and modeled after JDate, a dating site for Jewish Singles, 2RedBeans is an online dating site for the Chinese diaspora or "Overseas Chinese." It boasts almost 500,000 members, of whom 70 percent use simplified/traditional Chinese as their default site language, 30 percent were born in North America, and only 2 percent are non-Asian. It also has an algorithm that weeds out "Asianphiles" and accounts for Chinese cultural values such as date of immigration and highest level of education.
Zhao came to the United States from China for graduate school in Electrical Engineering at the University of California San Diego. Despite a large social circle, she and her friends found it difficult to meet compatible men because of language and cultural barriers. Mainstream dating sites, she says, didn't work.
"Although these sites do provide a large pool of candidates, many of them are not of similar background, since most Chinese are not on these sites," said Zhao. "In the US, 85% of ethnic Chinese still marry other Chinese, but there is no good platform to connect this group of people."
For instance, many Chinese elite families still practice endogamy (p. 259), thereby maintaining the boundaries between the Chinese and the Filipinos.Amazon's Book of the Year 2014: Literary thriller US loves
Lydia herself has always been defined by difference. Born to an all-American mother and a Chinese-American father, she and her siblings, Nath and Hannah, are the only 'Orientals' in their entire school. This may not be all that surprising in 1977 suburban Ohio; however what does surprise is the extent of the prejudice this interracial family experiences on a daily basis.For 60 years, America officially excluded Chinese people
http://i.imgur.com/KXHSrwj.jpgWhite Parents, Becoming a Little Less White
The Chinese Exclusion Act, as it came to be known, was passed by Congress in 1882 and was not lifted until 1943, when politicians acted partly out of embarrassment over the fact that China was a U.S. ally in World War II.
In the 1920s, Yee said, it was common for Chinese families to send one son abroad to earn money to send back to China, and her father took on that role. Fung, who had grown up in Guangdong, catered to what Americans thought of as Chinese food in those years, mostly chop suey and chow mein. Only later did he add Cantonese dishes, egg rolls and other menu items.
One of his first hires was a waitress, Lorraine Kristoff, whose family was from Hungary, and “she said she knew two weeks after she met him that she was going to marry him,” Yee said.
A few years ago, in fact, my wife casually mentioned that she doesn’t consider herself 100 percent white any more. She has blond hair, blue eyes and fair skin, and as far back as anyone can remember, all of her ancestors have been Irish.
She was white when we were married. I know that because I’m Chinese and that made us an interracial couple. My wife jokes (I think she’s joking) that she married me in part because my increased melanin would protect her children from skin cancer.
Our children are proud to be Irish-American-Chinese-Canadian but most people just see their faces as Chinese. I’ve read about a number of studies that explain how human beings tend to internalize external reactions to their appearance. This is the reason racism can incur negative self-assessments among minorities.
Rich Chinese Men are Touring Russia to Find White-Skinned, Blue-Eyed Wives
Recently, five Chinese bachelors attended a meet-up in Novosibirsk, Russia’s third-largest city. The session was arranged by Elena Suvorova, head of a marriage agency called OSD Center. The bachelors, aged 25 to 46, came all the way from Beijing, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Shenzhen. “All the girls who we invited are under 35-years-old. Initially, the men want to see brides with white skin and blue eyes. Funnily enough though, last year the girls who got into a relationship were brunettes with brown eyes.” Suvorova praised Chinese men for respecting women: “Chinese men treat women with respect. It is important for them that the woman is moderate, natural, calm, smiling, and not competing with the man.”
Middle-class Chinese men head to Russia and other Eastern European countries to find Westernized wives with local appeal
According to Yuan's observation, most of the Chinese men who go to Eastern European countries to find wives tend to be affluent and more familiar with the Western culture, lifestyle and value system. Yuan and his friends are an example of the current trend in China in which a growing number of Chinese men are marrying women from Eastern European countries. Earlier this year, a group of eight wealthy Chinese bachelors aged from 25 to 46 went to Khabarovsk in Russia for a group blind date with Russian girls. The date was organized by a local dating agency, and five of them found a match, according to a Daily Mail October 11 report.
When asked which ethnicities they would be willing to marry, more than 95 percent of both male and female Chinese students said they would be willing to marry fellow Chinese. Americans of European decent were the second most popular, with 45 percent of Chinese males and 43 percent of females willing to marry them. These numbers were 8 and 3 percent respectively regarding African Americans — the least popular potential marriage partners among those surveyed.
Uganda is worried about the number of Chinese men marrying their women
Contractors, petty traders, investors, and entrepreneurs from China have been pouring into Uganda for the past decade. China is a top investor in the east African country, accounting for as much as half of total foreign investment between 2014 and 2015, according to the Uganda Investment Authority. But according to Ugandan immigration officials, there’s one major downside: an increasing number of Chinese men are marrying Ugandan women to gain residency and continue their business interests in the country.
Chinese student's willingness to marry a person from various racial/ethnic groups (survey)
More female students who study abroad are returning to China: largely because of the difficulty in finding a suitable marriage partnerhttp://usa.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2016-03/28/content_24137079.htm
Statistics show that 59.16 percent of female overseas returnees come home after finishing their studies, surpassing the number of their male counterparts.
The reason is mainly because it is relatively difficult to find a marriage partner in a foreign country.
China’s improved international image and more Chinese immigrants in the US create a trend of American-born Chinese marrying within their racehttp://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1020696.shtml
More ABCs are beginning to choose Chinese or people of Chinese origin as their ideal romantic partners because of their common language and cultural advantages. Experts say that an improved international image of China and more Chinese immigrants in the US are responsible for the trend.
Why did 300 Chinese fathers vanish from Liverpool in 1946 after wartime service in British merchant navy?http://www.scmp.com/magazines/post-magazine/long-reads/article/2118142/why-did-300-chinese-fathers-vanish-liverpool-1946
Kept secret by the British government, the disappearance of sailors who’d braved German U-boats through the second world war left many Eurasian children to grow up not knowing what happened to their dads. During the 1940s, about 20,000 experienced mariners were recruited in Shanghai, Singapore and Hong Kong to supplement the British merchant fleet and undertake hazardous convoy duties in the waters of the North Atlantic, infested with German submarines, and beyond. Liverpool was the de facto headquarters of this Chinese merchant navy. Many of the men, like Foley’s father, a marine engineer, met and fell in love with local women and settled in the city.
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