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[https://edition.cnn.com/style/article/asian-american-name-change-hyphenated-intl-hnk-dst/index.html](https://edition.cnn.com/style/article/asian-american-name-change-hyphenated-intl-hnk-dst/index.html) “Amid cries for greater diversity, inclusion and representation for Asian Americans across all sectors are rethinking their names: The consistent mispronunciation or misspelling of one's Asian name -- questions and requests for you to simplify or change your name -- do take a toll on one's individual psyche (...) Names reflect your presence, your being, your history. When people constantly do that, they're not acknowledging you -- as a person, as a human being."
[https://edition.cnn.com/style/article/asian-american-name-change-hyphenated-intl-hnk-dst/index.html](https://edition.cnn.com/style/article/asian-american-name-change-hyphenated-intl-hnk-dst/index.html) “Amid cries for greater diversity, inclusion and representation for Asian Americans across all sectors are rethinking their names: The consistent mispronunciation or misspelling of one's Asian name -- questions and requests for you to simplify or change your name -- do take a toll on one's individual psyche (...) Names reflect your presence, your being, your history. When people constantly do that, they're not acknowledging you -- as a person, as a human being."
[https://edition.cnn.com/style/article/asian-american-name-change-hyphenated-intl-hnk-dst/index.html](https://edition.cnn.com/style/article/asian-american-name-change-hyphenated-intl-hnk-dst/index.html) “Amid cries for greater diversity, inclusion and representation for Asian Americans across all sectors are rethinking their names: The consistent mispronunciation or misspelling of one's Asian name -- questions and requests for you to simplify or change your name -- do take a toll on one's individual psyche (...) Names reflect your presence, your being, your history. When people constantly do that, they're not acknowledging you -- as a person, as a human being."
[https://edition.cnn.com/style/article/asian-american-name-change-hyphenated-intl-hnk-dst/index.html](https://edition.cnn.com/style/article/asian-american-name-change-hyphenated-intl-hnk-dst/index.html) “Amid cries for greater diversity, inclusion and representation for Asian Americans across all sectors are rethinking their names: The consistent mispronunciation or misspelling of one's Asian name -- questions and requests for you to simplify or change your name -- do take a toll on one's individual psyche (...) Names reflect your presence, your being, your history. When people constantly do that, they're not acknowledging you -- as a person, as a human being."
[https://edition.cnn.com/style/article/asian-american-name-change-hyphenated-intl-hnk-dst/index.html](https://edition.cnn.com/style/article/asian-american-name-change-hyphenated-intl-hnk-dst/index.html) “Amid cries for greater diversity, inclusion and representation for Asian Americans across all sectors are rethinking their names: The consistent mispronunciation or misspelling of one's Asian name -- questions and requests for you to simplify or change your name -- do take a toll on one's individual psyche (...) Names reflect your presence, your being, your history. When people constantly do that, they're not acknowledging you -- as a person, as a human being."
Well, I wouldn't call this racism. I would call it selfdiscovery. Tshab is more original to her origin than Jennifer and sincerely speaking, she should feel like taking a role with the name "Jennifer". Why should she not drop move "Jennifer" and live her original life "Tshab"? It is obvious that she chose the name Jennifer for acceptability and if she can be accepted with her name "Tshab", it's then a better world.
Well, I wouldn't call this racism. I would call it selfdiscovery. Tshab is more original to her origin than Jennifer and sincerely speaking, she should feel like taking a role with the name "Jennifer". Why should she not drop move "Jennifer" and live her original life "Tshab"? It is obvious that she chose the name Jennifer for acceptability and if she can be accepted with her name "Tshab", it's then a better world.
Well, I wouldn't call this racism. I would call it selfdiscovery. Tshab is more original to her origin than Jennifer and sincerely speaking, she should feel like taking a role with the name "Jennifer". Why should she not drop move "Jennifer" and live her original life "Tshab"? It is obvious that she chose the name Jennifer for acceptability and if she can be accepted with her name "Tshab", it's then a better world.
Well, I wouldn't call this racism. I would call it selfdiscovery. Tshab is more original to her origin than Jennifer and sincerely speaking, she should feel like taking a role with the name "Jennifer". Why should she not drop move "Jennifer" and live her original life "Tshab"? It is obvious that she chose the name Jennifer for acceptability and if she can be accepted with her name "Tshab", it's then a better world.
Well, I wouldn't call this racism. I would call it selfdiscovery. Tshab is more original to her origin than Jennifer and sincerely speaking, she should feel like taking a role with the name "Jennifer". Why should she not drop move "Jennifer" and live her original life "Tshab"? It is obvious that she chose the name Jennifer for acceptability and if she can be accepted with her name "Tshab", it's then a better world.
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