I'm Ten, and my father is a Chinese, and my mother is a Japanese. I'm the second-generation Japanese or the mixed-race Japanese and raised between a Chinese father (from Shenzhen) and a Japanese mother in Tokyo.
Which one should I say if I introduce myself to somebody in the United States?
I've heard "a second-generation " meaning is immigration. foreign people moved to a particular country and lived there permanently, or born in a country to which they moved. foreign people who immigrated to another country aren't on specific genes.