Man Reveals How He Got His Asian Parents to Approve Of His Ghanian Wife
A newly-married Asian man shared on social media how his father eventually learned to accept his African wife.
Clarence Tan, a half Hongkonger and half Singaporean man living in the United States, recently tied the knot with his girlfriend Edna Sophia, a woman from Ghana, West Africa.
In a post on the Facebook group Subtle Asian Traits, Tan shared his father’s initial apprehension, and eventual acceptance, of his fiancée.
“As you can imagine, dating a black/African woman isn’t always welcomed with open arms in Chinese/Asian culture. And sure enough, when I started dating Edna, I had kickback from my parents— especially from my dad,” Tan wrote . . .