Which style of dress is best for an Asian-American?
The Australian Bureau of Statistics is currently conducting an online survey of over 200 people from across the country to get an insight into what people think about Asian-Americans in their own lives.
The survey was part of the agency’s ‘Hands on With Asia’ initiative, which aims to get a broader perspective on how people in Australia see themselves.
The survey, which is open to all ages, asks questions such as “what are the most important things that you want to do when you grow up?”, and “what do you want your future to look like?”
The survey has received a huge response, with more than 20,000 responses from the online survey and the more than 1,000 people who participated in the first survey.
As well as being able to see how people think of Asian-Australians in their everyday lives, the survey also provides a deeper insight into the different ways Asian-Australian women dress.
“I think what people are saying is they feel that they are very diverse and it is very difficult for a white woman to be seen in any way, shape or form,” Dr Lee said.
“I would say it is the opposite.
I think the main thing that they like is that they feel like they are not limited by race, gender or anything like that.
The other thing is they are confident about themselves.”
Dr Lee is the executive director of the Asian American Women’s Alliance, a non-profit organisation focused on the development of women of Asian descent.
Her work is not just focused on women, but the wider Asian community, which includes Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, as well as South Asians, Chinese and other ethnicities.
Dr Lee said it was very important to provide an accurate picture of the way that people in the Asian community dress and how they feel about it.
“One of the things that we have been focusing on is not only the visibility of Asian women in fashion, but also the visibility in terms of who wears what, so that it is not a stereotypical image,” she said.
This is a really important issue that we really want to be talking about because I think we really do see the power of the fashion industry and we really have to really look at it and be really cognisant of how to really work together.
“The survey asked participants to identify what their top three most important traits are in a typical day, and what their most important attributes are in everyday life.
In the top three were: being a good cook, a good customer, and being a strong worker.”
These are things that Asian-Asian women have been struggling with, whether it’s as a result of race or anything else, so this is one of those things where it’s a really empowering thing to see that they actually are saying to themselves that these are things they value and that they value as much as the others,” Dr Kim said.
Dr Lee added that the survey revealed the importance of having strong Asian identities.
She said that while she is still a bit shocked by the response, it had been a great way to engage with Asian-Pacific women.”
What we have seen from this survey is that there are women out there who are doing it because they feel comfortable doing it, and we’re just really pleased that people are listening to them and really appreciating them,” she says.”
We’re also really proud that we’ve been able to bring a bit of this into the mainstream.
“Topics:community-and-society,community-organisations,women,social-media,community,education,work,australiaFirst posted September 22, 2018 19:00:36Contact Sue Kim