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sdfernando

(5,007 posts)
4. Seriously...in case you didn't know it, you just posted an offensive and derougatory term
Tue Jun 11, 2024, 10:48 AM
Yesterday

You should say "Asian".

1WorldHope

(742 posts)
5. Well, you certainly got schooled.
Tue Jun 11, 2024, 11:46 AM
Yesterday

I'm hoping everyone was answering you at the same time and didn't mean to "over educate" you. Don't let that keep you from asking questions anyway. And, I hope that was your pianist.

Judi Lynn

(160,944 posts)
7. Was the pianist young, or middle aged, or older? Was the music Asian-sounding, or European classical or new wave-ish?
Tue Jun 11, 2024, 04:02 PM
Yesterday

It appears there are many male Asian pianists possible on YouTube, getting a more narrow definition of the act would make it easier to find.

Did it seem to sound more classical, or modern western modern or new wave contemporary ?

Do you recall if the pianist was old or young? Japanese, Chinese, Korean, etc.,?

There are so many Asian pianists in the last several decades, all excellent.






Interesting older Japanese music:

Judi Lynn

(160,944 posts)
8. I've struggled with the idea, myself, of "Asian" and "Oriental" since "Asia" covers such a vast area, so many cultures!
Tue Jun 11, 2024, 04:07 PM
Yesterday

Absolutely overwhelming!



"Lotsa lunck: to us, right?

On edit:

Why, you can even see Asia from Sarah Palin's house, she says!

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