No sir, you can still keep your pride as a Mongol while loving your family of mix ancestry. Nonetheless, human being has the right to love and be together with anyone regardless or race or culture. We are all human after all.
In the country that I reside which is Malaysia, I have a lot of Hujaa friends. Malaysia is multi-racial nation. The Hujaa here is similar with Singaporean one, bunch of hardworking and nice people. In fact, I have experienced in loving Hujaa girls before I finally meet my life partner now. Good and bad people exist in every races.
Yes I've been in Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. Chinese there for the most part are true human beings, and great ones at that. Friendly, hard-working, respectful, multi-cultural, fun, and very hospitable. I have a high respect for Malaysia and Singapore, especially when everyone there can speak at least 2-3 different languages, form NO racial territories, living in real multi-culturalism.
Yet they don't propagate themselves as "We are the best multi-cultural country in the world." Australia in comparison, speak 1 language, and discriminate against those who speak any other. People still form racial territories and multi-culturalism here is more like a goal rather then reality. Yet Australia likes to boast about its "multi-culturalism". Problem now is that me, my wife, and my daughter, are all born Australians.
I hope to emigrate one day, though I always enjoyed the political isolation. Thinking of Aotearoa, (New Zealand), but we'll see how it goes. Beautiful country with beautiful people, Anglos there are also much more respectful of the natives unlike here in Australia. Kiwis tend to be great people from my experience.
Thanks for your good impression of Malaysia and Singapore.
As for people here that can communicate in 2 or 3 languages, it's true especially the Hujaa. I myself is fluent in Mandarin due to attending Chinese school here and can read their text.
Talking about migration, I did plan this with my wife to move to Australia or New Zealand but it's quite hard. I mean, first and foremost, must secured a job in these countries first, then can apply for work sponsorship. As for my wife, she is currently in Mongolia, far from me, and going to deliver around March next year. Her master degree in gynaecology obtained in Ulaan Baator University is not recognised by Australian Medical Council or New Zealand Medical Council, that is the core of the problem too. It's headache to think about all this. We are so far to each other.
Life is indeed a challenge especially to be with someone we love.