thats like someone being "american"
american would have used to translate to native american
i would say caucasian, but Caucasian was a sub group in europe,
personally if you dont count ireland or russia, european tends to pretty much fit the bill
also when you call someone african, you normally presume black, hence african americans
>One ethnic group
0/10 see me after class
>Generalising Europeans into one race
>All Africans are black
Why is this such a popular answer ? That traditional outfit she wore in S1 during the Shirley drama filler made it pretty obvious she was from eastern Europe.
This. She's clearly Chinese. The proove is that she's wearing Chinese outfit and made a pact with Mao. I'm guessing her real name is
Ching Chong. That foreshadowing
Are you old enough to post here? Because you obviously did not receive even highschool education.
>teaching about races in highschool
>teaching about races at all
CauCasian, you idiots. The flashbacks showed her in some rural town and a church, so she's most likely French/Brittish or from some other Central-European country of that time.
caucasian comes from the term Caucasus, which is the area in europe near asia, hence caucasain refers to people who have a skull type from that area
it does not refer to british or french people
no it definitely refers to people living in the caucaus region, the caucaus mou8ntain is minor as well as the population on it
it would make more sense for the region to be where the term was derived from rather than a tiny mountain village
although my guess is that the skulls examined came primarily from the mountain village and the villages surrounding the mountain