In Canada, , % of all civil unions are interracial ones, For Chinese people born in Canada, 54% (who were in couples) were.
In Canada, mixed unions account for a small proportion of all married and Of the 32, couples in which at least one person was Japanese.
However, two of the largest visible minority groups in Canada — South Asians and Chinese — had the smallest number of couples in mixed.
Meanwhile, interracial relationships were highly taboo, both for Chinese and Canadian people. Non-Chinese “viewed the commingling of.
understand the mechanism behind interracial marriage selection, one needs to further . intermarriage for Asians in Canada and examine the changes in the.