Life Is Too Short

I'm a firm believer of positive energy and making a difference in the world. When it comes to our personal lives it's not so easy especially when what you want in a partner goes against the "norm" of what others perceive is the right way. That includes our loved ones especially. I've seen so many times where family members and friends go out of their way to ruin a relationship, especially interracial ones. Why? Because they don't think it's right or because black women are turning their backs on black men or for whatever other reasons they can come up with.

It's Not Always Easy

You know, it's not like I wake up and say, "I won't give any man a chance unless he's Asian." It's not like I stalk Chinese restaurants or nail salons in hopes that a Chinese guy there takes notice of me. It's not like I'm obsessed with everything Asian. Yeah, I'm open-minded to cultural differences. I don't mind learning an Asian language or trying Asian food or listening to Asian music.

Personal Thought #1

Cultural and language barriers are the two biggest reasons why any relationship wouldn't work. But, it's also what hinders and divides interracial relationships...

With patience, understanding, and love...the relationship is not impossible :)

One of the best pre-launch presents a community can ask for

Hi Community Members!

Tomorrow marks a new beginning for our Blasian Community. In light of our pre-launch tomorrow, I have been notified that we are now ranked in the top 5 for Google, Yahoo, and MSN/Bing for the search term "Blasian Community".

I know this was a community group effort; so I am thanking everyone for their hard work and support. We could never have obtain pageOne ranking if it weren't for you, our community members.

Please keep up the good work everyone.

A tribute to "Romeo Must Die"

Although Black men with Asian women were always viewed as more acceptable then Asian men with Black women, "Romeo Must Die" changed all that. Even though they never kissed in the movie, here you have a beautiful black women, Aaliyah, and a handsome older Asian man, Jet Li. Together on the silver screen, those two had chemistry.

After seeing the movie, you can not help but to think, yes it is possible for a Black women to be with an Asian man. In my opinion, "Romeo must die", opened the doors for Black women and Asian men love and relationships to the fore-fronts of public media.

About Me (Part Two)

I neglected to state why I'm here in the first place. I've always been interested in Asian men and culture since I was a child when I used to tell other kids that I was Chinese and that Bruce Lee was my uncle. Hey, I was six years old and it's what I wanted to be! So I guess you can say that I've had an attraction since then. So while I am hoping to make some terrific friends on here meeting my own soul mate wouldn't be out of the question.

Thanks Giving of 2010 things to be thankful for

This year there are so many things for me to be and give thanks for.
1) My Lovely Wife
2) My Blasian First Born
3) My Family and Friends
5) All Our Combined Health
6) My Growing Business & Business Ideas (FB: Metasoph, URL:
7) My Blasian Community Website (FB: Blasianton, URL:
8) All the great people I have met and befriended while creating the Blasianton Community.
9) A Great Job and Co-Workers

Happy (Belated) Thanksgiving, Everybody & Intro

Just wishing everyone a belated Happy Thanksgiving and introducing myself here. I just joined a couple of days ago and I'm happy that there is a community just for us. I'm not currently in a blasian relationship but hoping for that to change. I'm a Certified personal trainer and studying for my certifications in event planning and as a life coach. I'm also working on my MBA. Hoping to make some friends here. Have a great day!