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Ach, it’s no biggie and certainly not because you’re ‘ Once Upon A Time There Was A Girl Who Really Loved Dogs And Penguins It Was Me Shirt ‘. I’m Caucasian and visited Guangzhou in 1990 with my then girlfriend who had dyed fire engine red hair and another friend with natural blonde hair down to her waist. Everywhere we went people stopped, pointed, took photos… once a guy sweeping the streets literally dropped his broom and just gawked at us.
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It’s unsettling at first but you realise the people there were just massively unused to seeing people from the outside world. I remember my mother telling me about when she lived in Japan(grandfather is a Marine and was stationed there) the people would reach out and touch her hair all the time. Blonde hair blue eyes isn’t something people on that side of the planet saw that often. I could only imagine how it would have been for me, I am a true redhead and my hair, when I was younger, was a brilliant red.
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Apologies to anyone who’s been offended by people staring and asking for photos while travelling in China. Most of the time people who stare or ask for photos mean no offense as they’re just being curious (without knowing they’re sometimes disturbing others). Big thanks for the understanding. Every time I visit China, regardless of the city, I’m pretty much the main attraction, and I’ve learned to ask if they want a picture of me (I rather have a good picture of me out there randomly than a bad paparazzi shot). I did run into a black family once, and we conversed for a bit and swapped stories. I visited China in 1983. Our group was a huge attraction to the Chinese people. We constantly had our pictures taken.
Moms held their children up to the windows so they could see Once Upon A Time There Was A Girl Who Really Loved Dogs And Penguins It Was Me Shirt. Crowds gathered where ever we walked. Some of our group were so bothered that they refused to venture further than the tour bus. I found it fascinating. Many of the people wanted to try speaking English. They ask about president Jimmy Carter. They loved seeing pictures of my family. Props to this family for enduring that uncomfortableness with an open heart and engaging in cross-cultural interactive experiences.