I think their alienation can be seen in their children – half white/half Asian. These children form their own bubble of “Have-Nots.” These offspring are now considering themselves as discriminated against, and even demanding various affirmative action regulations in jobs and academic institutions.
One thing all these “super smart” Asian women have done is to put their super smartness at nabbing that white male. Why? Because they know that their creature comforts will be met by this white male. Their smartness is perhaps a variation of feminine wiles. I have a feeling they are also very smart at hiding their “inner dragon,” and since the males they’ve nabbed are a variation of the wimpy liberal male, they can continue to cleverly disguise it while milking this foolish male dry.
I think their alienation can be seen in their children – half white/half Asian (as they like to collectively be called Asian, although they make sure you know that they are Chinese/Korean/Philippino/Japanes etc.).
These children literally form their own bubble of “Halfs” or it should be a good pun to call them “Have-Nots.” They travel, ritualistically, to their “ancestral” lands, make earnest efforts to learn their ancestral cultures, and now are even pairing up with mates of their own Asian ancestry, since these are also usually half Asians, or at least they were born in the West, so they have this hybrid culture thing going.
These offspring are now considering themselves as discriminated against, and even demanding various affirmative action regulations in jobs and academic institutions.
But, it is also what their mothers do. Chen talks extensively about a “discriminating” America when she was younger, which is also how I think she gets all these “victimized” women on her talk show panel. Ann Curry CRIED on TV, acting like the poor, injured minority female, attacked by that white male.
And when taken to task, what they do does not equate with other white women: Barbara Walters in media; Carolina Herrera (the wedding dress designer) against whom competes that aggressive and copy-cat Vera Wang (I’ve written extensively about her, for example here); and now Ann Curry who couldn’t stick to her fight with Lauer.