I'm Eurasian. My dad was half Japanese half Chinese, my mother is first generation Kiwi with Celtic-French parents. Doesn't mean shit here though. Apart from the fact that I'm 6' tall, I'm as asian as can be to the locals.
I have met some terrific people here, but yes, racism is at a 1950's level and I've been on the receiving end of it quite often. I live in a fairly small place though - the cities may be different.
In the last month I've...
...walked into a cafe and had people exclaim loudly that it suddenly stinks of soy sauce (heard this a few times before).
...gone to the butchers and been told 'I don't sell dogmeat'
...gone to a hairdresser and had some guy say 'Hey - we didn't order any Chinese takeaway'.
Of course, to the Germans, this is hysterically funny and everyone else who's present bursts out laughing.
I don't help much. Once the butcher was finished trying to be funny I told him it was fine - I was after cat meat that day anyway. Of course, THAT'S not anything to laugh at.
If you mention the war, or the Holocaust, that's a catastrophe. I once overheard a couple commenting on my wife and wondering what her problem was that she couldn't find a German guy and had to bring an Asian into the country and that our kids would ruin their society. I turned to them and said 'Yes - this is the country that made the jewish people feel so welcome isn't it' and i very nearly had to contend with the police coming.
Racism is here. I was hoping to move to Thailand later this year but that fell through so I'm here for a little while longer. Many Germans would be horrified to hear some of the things I hear - and they're the ones I try and spend my time with, but yes, racism is not unusual. It's a xenophobic country - as a rule,they don't like anything too different here.
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