Definitions

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  • noun The quality or characteristic of being Asian.

Etymologies

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Asian +‎ -ness

Examples

  • The member countries of the ACD are based on the concept of cohesive 'Asianness' and Asian inclusivity in an unequivocal basis.

    Asian Tribune

  • Malinda Lo on Asianness (or the lack thereof) in ASH.

    SF Tidbits for 3/2/10

  • The desire to except myself from the stereotype, to excise myself from my Asianness in the eyes of my (white) peers.

    the opposite of imposter syndrome. « Love | Peace | Ohana

  • Malinda Lo on Asianness (or the lack thereof) in ASH.

    March 2010

  • My loyalty to Clinton has been treated as racist and suspect, because of hatred of Clinton herself, because of the stupidity of Clinton's supporters, and because of my own identities: my Asianness, my whiteness, my non-blackness, my gender, and my age.

    Having a Bad Week

  • My loyalty to Clinton has been treated as racist and suspect, because of hatred of Clinton herself, because of the stupidity of Clinton's supporters, and because of my own identities: my Asianness, my whiteness, my non-blackness, my gender, and my age.

    SeeLight:

  • Leaving aside the notion that other lands -- say Japan or Vietnam or Indonesia -- are somehow deficient in their Asianness, the central premise of Malaysia's hard sell to the world is the notion that it hosts, in effortless harmony, three of the continent's great cultures: Malay, Chinese and Indian.

    Coming of Age in Malaysia

  • My black­ness (and the half-Asianness of my best friend) was rarely as pal­pa­ble as it was in Aber­crom­bie & Fitch.

    Wanna Be Like Mike? « Snarkmarket

  • We could say that, during such a solemn week, Sanjaya was no longer funny, and who knows how much of the Asianness of the killer whose birthplace in South Korea was played to the hilt in news coverage even though he migrated to this country at age 8 and became a naturalized citizen also led to his demise when he placed 7th in the competition?

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • We could say that, during such a solemn week, Sanjaya was no longer funny, and who knows how much of the Asianness of the killer whose birthplace in South Korea was played to the hilt in news coverage even though he migrated to this country at age 8 and became a naturalized citizen also led to his demise when he placed 7th in the competition?

    Illusions of Inclusion and the American Idol Empire

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