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KEITH B. RICHBURG August 18, 2016 12:00 JST | China
Watching from afar the recent racial violence roiling American society, I am reminded of two questions I've encountered while living and working for many years in Asia as a black American journalist.
The first question, almost always asked by white Americans, is, "How do you feel living here, because aren't Asians really racist?"
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