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One Chinese man, gazing at Thiam in her purple lace blouse and a yellow dress flaring around her hips, let out an admiring “wow” as the elevator doors opened to a third-floor café.
Servers greeted their regulars with warm smiles and asked them in English, “How are you?
Hong Kong columnist Alex Lo wrote in the South China Morning Post that criticism from Americans is “rich coming from a country that was founded on black slavery… But murderous racism against blacks isn’t one of them.”And of course racial tensions occur elsewhere, sometimes with ethnic Chinese as the victims.”Such experiences speak to the duality of life for black people in China.They may be athletes, entrepreneurs, traders, designers, or graduate students.On the subway, people often leave empty seats next to me or change seats when I sit down,” said Thiam.“Women have come up to rub my skin, asking if it is ‘dirt’ and if I’ve had a shower.”Yet on a recent coffee break most passersby politely admired the fashionable women as if they were going down a catwalk.
Some are married to locals and speak fluent Chinese.