I wonder if it is the family that I actually knew personally. I knew 2 American parents who had a blond-haired blue-eyed boy born in HK who spoke fluent Cantonese and Chinese-accented English (I met him personally) and one of the reasons that they moved back to the USA (not the only reason) was because they were concerned about the cultural and social identity of the boy.
If that is a separate article could you show it to me? BTW, the wife went to the same university that I did, but I did not know her personally there, but we knew students and faculty in common.
Now that you mention it, it may well have been from one of your posts in another thread... I tried looking for that article in my usual news sources but turned up with nothing. Sorry for the mix-up!
Last Edit: Oct 18, 2009 13:48:33 GMT -5 by tifonito
^ interesting... but it must be natural when a person is born in the country and gotten little outside influence. also he seems to be really accepted and included among the people and his peers, which helps a person to feel at home