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I hope you had fun with part one of the Asian faces quiz. You've had a chance to distinguish between Asian women's faces (namely Japanese, Chinese, and Korean faces). Now it's time to flip it. Let's take a look at Asian men in this quiz. See what differences you can spot, if any.
Before I do, though, quick story. I had a surprise Skype call from my Dad one day and when he came on, I saw some my my extended family with him (mostly aunts and uncles). I was all smiles and laughs because I hadn't seen them in forever. Then one of my uncles was like "Hey Donald, how's China?" I didn't physically facepalm, but I most certainly did in my mind. I then did a polite, correction segue? "Oh. How's Japan? It's good."
My uncle proved that people even get the countries confused! You can only imagine how people would do the same with faces & nationalities.
In this quiz, see if you can tell the difference between Asian Men's Faces. This men's edition quiz (yes, there's a women's edition of this quiz, too) shows ten different Asian men. All ten men are either Japanese, Chinese, Or Korean. Click the answer that you think is the best match.
Don't forget to use the quiz's scroll bar to answer all ten questions.
If you were able to look at this list of Asian men and distinguish their nationalities, that's AMAZING! If you weren't able to distinguish, we have a lot in common 😉
While I have made a video on "Standards of Handsomeness," I kinda feel like I need to do a full post on this subject, because I find it intriguing. From my perspective, what defines a handsome Asian man, or any man for that matter, seems like it's not as dependent on looks alone. More food for thought.
I hope you had fun with this quiz, too. There are more on the way!
In the quiz you tried to distinguish nationalities just by looking at them. A much easier way to figure out nationality is to ask where someone is from. If you're learning Japanese, one great basic to understand is how to say nationalities in Japanese. In this quick guide, I'm going to show you exactly how to do that.
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Donald Ash is an Atlanta, Georgia-born, American expat who has been living in a Japanese time warp for the last eleven years. While in that time warp, he discovered that he absolutely loves writing, blogging, and sharing. Donald is the creator of thejapanguy.com blog. Wanna know more about this guy? Check out his "What's Your Story" page.