but Americans with Chinese roots who at best, have only spend one part of their live immersed in Chinese culture but often are 1 generation or more removed from it and only know it fleetingly, but are in the end not much more qualified to decide how Chinese people feel about OA than a random American.
As noted earlier - the Asian cultural experience is not the same as the Asian American cultural experience.
Most folk in Asia are not embedded within a Caucasian majority. So, those in Asia... actually don't directly experience most of the racism generated by Americans. It is Asian-Americans who feel the brunt of it. So, maybe not being in Asia isn't so much of a disqualifier. We should be respectful of both groups, you see.